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The Rev. James Townley is preparing for publication, Illustrations of Biblical Lite.
rature, exhibiting the History and Fate of The title of Mr Rogers' poem is Human the Sacred Writings from the earliest time, Life—it is completely ready for publication. including Biographical notices of eminent
John Nichols, Esq. is preparing for the Translators of the Bible, and other Biblical press, An Account of the Guildhall of the scholars. City of London, including a description of The Entomologist's Pocket Compendium: the Monuments and Pictures contained containing, an Introduction to the Knowtherein.
ledge of British Insects; the Apparatus Mr Rose's Letters from the North of used, and the best means of obtaining and Italy, will appear in the first week of Fe- preserving them ; the Genera of Linnè; bruary
together with the modern Method of arranViews of the Architectural Antiquities of ging the Classes Crustacea, Myriapoda, Sicily, in a Series of finished Etchings by Spiders, Mites, and Insects, according to Pinelli of Rome, with a Descriptive Account, their Affinities and Structure, after the from drawings by John Goldicutt, architect, System of Dr Leach. Also, an Explanamember of the Academy of St Luke, Rome, tion of the Terms used in Entomology : a to consist of 30 plates, folio.
Kalendar of the Time and Situation where A new edition of Dr King's Anecdotes of usually found, of nearly 3000 Species ; his own Times, is on the point of publica- and Instructions for collecting and fitting tion.
up Objects for the Microscope. Illustrated Mr Montgomery is preparing a new vo with Twelve Plates ; by George Samouelle, lume for the press, under the title of Green Associate of the Linnæan Society of Lonland and other Poems.
don. Ιρις, η' τα νυν Ελληικά. A Periodical Early in the Spring, Miss Smith will Work, written in ancient or modern Greek publish her work on the Costumes of various only, and by Natives of Greece; the princi- Nations. pal object of which is to make the Friends C. F. Wieles, Esq. has in the press of the Greek Nation acquainted with the Lamioli, a novel, in three volumes. present state of Knowledge amongst them, A New Monthly Dramatic Journal called and with their endeavours for their regener. the Inspector, will appear in a few days. ation. The Publication of the Work will Mr Rennel, Christian Advocate in the be by Subscription. A number a Month, University of Cambridge, and Vicar of Kenof Four Sheets in quarto, will be published. sington, has in the press, Remarks on ScepThree Shillings and Sixpence will be the ticism, especially as it is connected with the Price of each Number. Subscribers' Names Subject of Organization and Life, being an will be received by Mr MURRAY, Albe answer to some recent works both of French marle-street.
and English Physiologists. A work of Biblical Criticism on the A volume of Familiar Dissertations on Books of the Old Testament, and trans. Theological and Moral Subjects ; by the lations of sacred songs, with notes critica! Rev. Dr William Barrow, Prebendary of and explanatory; by Samuel Horsley, Southwell, will shortly be published. L.L.D. F.R.S. F.A.S. late Bishop of St Mr Hazlitt's Lectures on the Comic Ge. Asaph, is in the preşs.
nius and Writers of Great Britain, now de. Lord John Russell has nearly completed livering at the Surrey Institution, will be a Biographical Account of his illustrious published in a few days. Ancestor.
The Poetical Remains, accompanied by The First Part of Mr Crabbe's new Memoirs, of the late John Leyden, M.D. poem, will be published in February; it is author of " Historical Account of Discoentitled, Forty Days, a Series of Tales re veries in Africa,” will appear this month. lated at Binning-Hall.
The continuation of Sir Richard Hoare's The Miss Berrys, the friends of the late History of Ancient Wiltshire will be pab. Lord Orford, are preparing an Account of lished in the spring; the plates will be very their Travels and Residence in Italy. numerous, and their execution surpasses
The Rev. M. D. Duffield has for some those already given. time been making collections for a His Di Edward Percival is preparing for pub. tory of the Town and County of Cam- lication a series of Practical Observations bridge, and intends shortly to prepare them op the Pathology, Treatment, and preven.
tion of Typhus Fever. Mr Boileau is preparing for publica The Rev. P. Bliss will complete the old tion, An Essay on the Nature and Genius work of the Athena. Oxonienses, by the of the Gernan Language : also, The
Art of publication of a fourth volume, which is French Conyersation, exemplified on a new very nearly ready; he will then proceed up, plan,
on the continuation.
for the press,
The first number of a General History of Mr Wilkinson, of Newcastle-upon-Type, the County of York, by Thomas Durham is about to publish a work on the Locked Whittaker, L.L. D. F.S.A. illustrated by Jaw and Tetanus in Horses, and likewise engravings, from drawings by J. M. W. on the epidemical disease or catarrhal afTurner, Esq. R.A., and M. Buckler, will fection that sometimes - prevails amongst appear in a few days.
those animals. The fourth volume is nearly ready for The Annals of Coinage of the United publication of the Personal Narratives of Kingdom, from the earliest record to the M. D. Humboldt's Travels to the Equi- present time, by the Rev. Roger Runoctial Regions of the New Continent, du- ding, has been delayed, in consequence of ring the years 1799 and 1804: translated the accession of much additional and valuaby Miss Williams, at Paris.
ble information : it will however be publishA new novel, by the author of the ed in the month of February, and be com. Physiognomist and the Bachelor and Mar- prised in five octavo volumes, and a quarto ried Man, will appear shortly, entitled, of plates, bringing the engraved series down
Hesitation, or To Marry or not to Marry." to the recent issue of sovereigns and crown
A novel will appear in a few days, en. pieces. titled, Mondouro; by a lady of high rank. The Authoress, a tale, by the author
EDINBURGH. of “ Rachel,” will be published this month.
A novel will appear in a few days, entitled Oakwood Hall, by Miss Hutton, of We have much pleasure in announcing Birmingham, authoress of “ the Miser to our readers, that on the first of April will Married,” &c.
appear, the first number of The Edinburgh A new novel is preparing for the press by Philosophical Journal ; or, Quarterly Registhe author of “ Correction."
ter of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, NaAnother novel is announced, called, the tural History, Practical Mechanics, and the Intriguing Beauty, and the Beauty without Fine and Useful Arts. Intrigue.
The Life of the late Right Honourable An interesting work is preparing for the , John Philpot Curran, Master of the Rolls press, and in great forwardness, entitled, a in Ireland ; by his son, William Henry Biographical Dictionary of the Worthies of Curran, Esq. Barrister-at-law, 2 vols 8vo. Ireland ; to comprise succinct and impar. with Portraits and Fac-similes. tial sketches of the lives and characters of An Account of the Arctic Regions, ineminent natives of Ireland, of every rank cluding the Natural History of Spitzbergen and station, at any time celebrated, in their and the adjacent Islands; the Polar Ice ; own or other countries, for their genius, tas and the Greenland Seas; with a History and lents, or public virtues, in the various de Description of the Northern Whale Fishpartments of arms, politics, literature, eries, illustrated with many Anecdotes of sciences, and arts.
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Speedily will be published, First Latin Shakh Mansur will soon publish, in oc Lessons, selected from the Classics, (with tavo, a History of Seyd Said, Sultan of the authorities subjoined,) arranged under Muscat, with an account of the countries the respective rules of Syntax, beginning and people on the shores of the Persian with exercises on the first declension, and gulf, particularly of the Wahabees. advanced by gentle gradations ; to which
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