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Observations on some Controversies respecting Baptism. By Joseph Holdea Pott, Archdeacon of London. 8vo. 2s.

The veracity of the Evangelists demonstrated by a camparative View of their Histories. By the Rev. Robert Nares, A.M. F.R.S. &c. 8vo. 83.

Sermons, Practical and Occasional, Dissertations, Translations, including new Versions of Virgil's “ Bucolica," and of Milton's “Defensio Secunda," " Šeaton Poems," &c. &c. By the Rev. Francis Wrangham, M.A. F.R.S. of Trinity College, Cambridge. 3 vols. 8vo. 21. 2s.


Walks through London, including Westminster and the Borough of Southwark, with the surrounding Suburbs; describing every thing worthy of observation in Public Buildings, Places of Entertainment, Exhibitions, Commercial and Literary Institutions, &c. down to the present period, and forming a complete Guide to the British Metropolis. By David Hughson, LL. D. Nos. II. to VII. 2s. 6d. cach. Large paper, 4s.

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The History of the Colleges of Winchester, Eton, and Westminster, with the Charter House, the Free Schools of St. Paul's, Merchant Taylors', Harrow, and Rugby, and the School of Christ's Hospital; illustrated by forty-eight Coloured Engravings, Fac-similes of Drawings by the most eminent Artists. Elephant Quarto. 71. 7s.

The History of Lincoln, containing an Account of the Antiquities, Edifices, Trade, and Customs of that ancient City. 8vo. 7s. Large paper, 10s. 6d.

The History of Hartlepool, with numerous Decorations. By Sir Cuthbert Sharp. 8vo. 11. 1s.

A Topographical Account of the Island of Axbolme, in the County of Lincolo By W. Peck. "Lo 2 volumes. Vol. I. 21. 2s.

VOYAGES AND TRAVELS. A Diary of a Journey into North Wales. By the late Samuel Johnson, LL.D. Printed from the original MS. in his own hand-writing, together with a fac-simile of a part of the MS. Edited, with illustrative Notes, by R. Duppa, LL.B. 9s.

Narrative of a Residence in Ireland during the years 1814 and 1815. By Anne Plumptre. 4to. 21. 10s.

Memorandums of a Residence in France in the Winter of 1815–16. 8vo. 12s. Travels above the Cataracts of Egypt. By Thomas Legh, Esq. M.P. 4to. 11. 1s.

Narrative of a Residence in Belgium during the Campaign of 1816; and of a Visit to the field of Waterloo. By an English woman. 8vo. 12s.

Travels in Brazil from Pernambuco to Seara, besides occasional Excursions; also a Voyage to Maranbam; the whole exhibiting a Picture of the State of Society, during a Residence of six Years in that country. With Plates. By Henry Koster. 40. 21. 10s.


By Messrs. Bossange and Masson, Great Marlborough-Street. Complot d'Arnold et de Sir Henry Clinton, contre les Etats-Unis d'Amérique.. Svo. Paris, 1816. 8s.

Journal de ce qui s'est passé à la Tour du Temple pendant la Captivité de Lonje XVI. 12mo. Paris, 1816. 65.



Principe acoustique de la Théorie Musicale. Par Morel. 8vo. Paris, 1816. 12

Tableau Historique de l'Etat et des Progrès de la Littérature Française, depuis 1789. Par de Chénier. 8vo. Paris, 1816. 10s.

Promenade aux Cimétières de Paris, et aux Catacombes. 12mo. Figures. Paris, 1816. 8s.

Dictionnaire Historique, Topographique, et Militaire, de tous les environs de Paris. 12mo. Paris, 1816. Fig. 13s.

Règles du Pointage à bord des grands Vaisseaux. Par Montgery. 8vo. Paris, 1816. 89. 6d.

Tactique des Assemblées Législatives, suivie d'un Traité des Sophismes Politiques Ouvrage extrait des Manuscrits de M. Bentham. 2 vols. 8vo. Genève, 1816 11. ls.

Biographie Moderne, ou Galerie Historique, Civile, Militaire, Politique, Littéraire et Judiciaire. 3 vols. 8vo. Ornée de 150 Portraits en taille-douce. Paris, 1816. ll. 14s.

Histoire de la Philosophie Moderne, depuis la renaissance des Lettres jusqu'à Kant; précédée d'un Abrégé de la Philosophie Ancienne, depuis Thalès jusqu'au XIVme siècle. Par Jean Gottlieb Buble. 'Traduite de l'Allemand par Jourdas. 7 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1816. 31. 16s.

Histoire Abrégée de la Littérature Romaine. Par Scbell. 4 vols. 8vo. Paris 21. 2s.

Histoire du Duché de Normandie. Par Goube. 3 vols. 8vo. Fig. 2. 2s.

Elémens d’Electricité et de Galvanisme. Par Singer. Traduits de l'Anglais Svo, Paris, 1817. 12s.

Le Règne Animal distribué d'après son Organisation. Par Cuvier. 4 vols. Bro. Paris, 1817. 21. 4s.

Les Battuécas. Par Mde. de Genlis. 2 vols. 12mo. Paris, 1817. 73.

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JANUARY, 1817.

Art. I. An Authentic Narrative of the Loss of the American

brig Commerce, wrecked on the Western Coast of Africa, in the month of August, 1815; with an Account of the Sufferings of her surviving Officers and Crew, who were enslaved by the wandering Arabs on the Great African Desert, or Zahahrah, &c. By James Riley, late Master and Supercargo. 8vo. New-York.

1816. We do not remember to have met with a personal narrative

more deeply distressing or more painfully interesting, than that of which we hasten to present an outline to our readers; an outline which we are disposed to fill up as much in detail as our limited space will allow, from the consideration that ours is probably the only copy that has reached this country.

If we were not abundantly satisfied with regard to the general ve. racity of Mr. Riley's narrative,-if we were not in possession of well authenticated documents from many respectable citizens of NewYork, from the Russian consul of that place, the Honourable De Witt Clinton, and several others, all bearing testimony to the good moral character, the intelligence and unquestionable veracity of Mr. Riley,—if we did not know that Mr. Willshire, who effected his release, is partner in trade with Mr. Renshaw of London, and a most respectable man, who was then acting as the British vice-consul at Mogadore—that Riley and his four unfortunate companions remained in his house till they had recovered from the effects of their unparalleled sufferings—and that Mr. Monroe, the American secretary of state, on his return to America, repaid the ransom money, and urged the publication of the Narrative,- we should have felt inclined to withhold our belief from some parts of it, on the simple ground that human nature, on the one hand, was utterly incapable of inflicting, and on the other, of enduring such hardships and sufferings as these poor shipwrecked mariners had to undergo, -sufferings which, as Mr. Riley truly says, have been as great and various as ever fell to the lot of humanity. Of Mr. Riley's intelligence, to which his American friends bear testimony, we shall have to say a word hereafter.

Mr. Riley was appointed master and supercargo of the brig Commerce, of Hartford, and sailed from the mouth of Connecticut River on the 6th May, 1815, on a voyage to New Orleans.


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