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AGRICULTURS.

Bowies' treatise on Merino Sheep 541

Holdich on the nature and cause of Resp 102
Richardson's Essay on Fiorin Grass 540

BIOGRAPHY.

^ikin's Lives of Selden and Usher
Buller's Account of the Character and

Death of Pretor Whitty
Chandler's Life of Bishop Waynflete
Pairyman's Daughter (the) an au-
thentic narrative
Introduction to the Memoirs of Prince

Eugene - - 105

Memoirs of H. Taylor, of North Shields 105
Memoirs of the Life of Prince Potemkin 283
Whitaker's Life and Correspondence of

Sir G. Radcliffe T

Wilmot's Life of Bishop Hough

BOTANY.

Dede's English Botanist's Companion 217

Elements of the Sconce of Botany 277
Lee's Introduction to the Science of

Botany - — - 277

Sprengel's Introduction to the Study of

Cryptogamous plants - 521

CHRONOIOCY AND HISTORY.

Brodie's History of the Roman Govern-

ment -

fook's History of the Reformation in

Scotland « - 31

Hales's New Analysis of Chronology

298, 420

Jamieson's Historical Account of the
Culdees of Iona

Marsden's History of Sumatra

Naylor's History of the Helvetic Re-

publics -■ - 975

EDUCATION.

Barker's Editiqn of Cicero de Seneo-

tute et de Amicitia

Carpenter's Geography of the New

Testament

Depphig's Evening Entertainments

Dix's Juvenile Atlas

Tenelon on the Education of Daugh-

ters ...

Hodgkin's Definitionsof Geographical
terms

■ Introduction to Writing

———— Running hand Copies

Specimens of Greek pen-

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Home's Commentary » 98

Richards's Practical Arithmetic 43 b

School of Instruction - 646

Scripture History - - 649

Toy's Scripture Geography «■ 3W

JURISPRUDENCE.

Bentham's Theorie des peines et de
recompenses -

Daubeny's Remarks on Parish Regis-
ters - -"

Field's Analysis of Blackstone

Guide to the Hustings

Inquiry into the Application of the To-
leration Act -

Legal Argument on the Test Act

LIST OF RECENT PUBLICATIONS, WITH SIZ«>
AND PRICE ANNEXED, 109, 222, 326, 439,

'545, 648

LITERARY INFORMATION,

106, 220,323,438,543, 647

MATHEMATICS.

Account of the Trigonometrical Sur-

vey, carried on from 1801—9, by

Col. Mudge and Capt. Colby

Barlow's Elementary Investigation of

the Theory of Numbers

Creswell's Elements of Linear Per-

spective - « ■•

MEDICINE.

Barry's Escnlaplau Monitor •

Christie's Account of the Ravages of

the Small Pox in Ceylon

Jameson's Physiological Essays

Ware on puncturing the Crystalline

Humour «

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manship
Hort's Miscellaneous Exercises
Howard's London Vocabulary
Hii-scv'i Letter to a younger brother
Keegan's New Dialogues
Liudleyis French Scholar's Depositary
Jklurray's Selection from Bishop

433
436
322
215
317

227
340
193

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Correspondence inedite de Madame
duDeffand 545

Despotism, or the Fall of the Jesuits 584

Epistolary Correspondence of Sir R.
Steele 295

froote's Vindication of his Conduct
when senior Officer in the Bay of
Naples - 464

feaisford oh the good Effects to be de-
rived from the Abolition of the Slave
Trade - - 501

Grant's Essays oh the Superstitious
of the Highlanders - - 160

Letters of the Marqtiis du DefTand to
the Hon. Horace Walpole - 545

Mad. de Stael on the Influence of Li-
terature on Society - 313

tOETllYk

jiannockburn, a Poem, in four books
Barbauld's Eighteen Hundred and

Eleven; a Poem
Battles of the Danube and Barossa
Bronte's Cottage Poems
Byron's (Lord) Childe Harolde's Pil-
grimage, a Romautit
Catalonia, a Poem; with Nates
Conduct cf Man, a Didactic Poetri
Daniel's Miscellaneous Poems
Gray's Poems - -

GVisenthwaite's Sleep, a Fbem
Huckill's Avon, a Foem - -
Ingram's Poems in the English and

Scottish Dialects -

Lilies sacred to the Memory of James

Grahame - -

Nature of Mari, a Didactic Poem
Night, a Poem
Poems by Miss R. H.
J>oems of Eugenio
Porter's Ballad Romances, and other

Poems
Religionism, a Satire
Religious Contemplations -

Ritson's Poems - -

Roberts's Poems, and Letters
Steers's Leisure Hours
Stockdale's Elegy—the Widow and Or
phau Family

r-oLiTtCAt.

Estrada oh the Dispute between Spain

and her Colonies
Jaber's Sketches of the Internal State

of France
Hints on the State of the Country
Montgaillard on theSituatioh of Great

Britain *

Papers relating to the Action between

his Majesty's Sloop Little Belt, &c.
Pickerings Letters to the People of

America
gerious Letter to Mr. Perceval
Yates' Arguments on Parliamentary

'Riforia i *

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THIOIOGY.

Account of the present State of the

Moravian Missions - 621

Campbell's Lectures on the Pastoral

Character - - 195

Gregory's Letters on the Evidences,
Doctrines, and Ditties of the Chris-
tian Religion - - 17T
Jones's Scripture Directory
Magee on the Scriptural Doctrines of

Atonement and Sacrifice 252, 37"t

Maule's Manual of a Christian 101

Pennington's Redemption - 580

Scott's Remarks on the Bishop Of Lin-
Coin's Refutation of Calvinism 399
Sentinel, the—or Conjectures oh Sec-

tarisui, &c. - - 219

Thornton's Advantages of Early Piety 31 i
Williams's Defence of Modern Calvi-
nism - » 485
■ Wintje's Christian EtbicS - 589>
Wood's Mosaic Creation • 534

Sermons.

Bidlake's Bampton Lectures - 65,

Burder's Village Sertnuns, Vol. Vi. C43

Clunie's Sermon—Jonah's Deliverance 316

Davies's Sermon on the Deity of Christ 541
Fletcher's Sermon—the last Enemy

destroyed - - 21$
Griffin's Sermon on the Evils of Per-
secution - - 99
Jesse's Serinons on the Person and Of-

rieeof Christ , - - 413

Laurie's Sermons - - 625

Lawson's Sermon—Christian Loyalty 31"fr
Naylor's Discourses On the Evidences

of Christianity - - 28T
Roberts's Sermon—the Outcasts Deli-
vered - - - 3165
Ryland's Sermon—Harmony of the Di-
vine Perfections - 103
Ryland's Sermon—Revelation vari-
ously communicated - 103
Small's Sermons to young People 6.45
Savile's Discourses on the peculiar

Doctrines of Revelation - 47

Waite's Serrhon—'Vindicise Ecclesi* 218

Young's Sermon—Pure and undefined j

Religion. - - 42f

TQF-OGRAtB? AND TRAVELS.

Chateaubriand's Travels in Greer*,

Palestine, &c. during the years 18O8, H. 14

Hooker's Journal of a Tour to Iceland 561 „

Humboldt's Essay on the Kingdom Of ±

New Spain t * - S9W

Linnseus's Tour in Lapland - 52
Morier's Journey through Persia, &c.;» ■ .

to Constantinople, in 1808, 9. 114,235
Plumptre's Narrative of aThree Year.7* -

Residence in France - 478

Snence's Sketches of Scotland 645

Tiavels of a British Druid .- 2j4
Wakefield's Perambidations in London 418

Waod's Account of the Isle of Man $«<

THE

ECLECTIC REVIEW,

For JANUARY, 1812.

Art. I. Letters to a Friend on the Evidences, Doctrines, and Dulles of the Christian Religion. By Olinthus Gregory, LL.D. Of the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. Two volumes 8vo. pp. 310. 301. Price 14*. extra boards. Baldwin. 1812.

AS this is a work of no ordinary merit, and written upon a subject which all must confess to be of the last importance, we shall endeavour, after being indulged with a few preliminary remarks, to give a pretty copious analysis of its contents; not doubting the greater part of our readers will be solicitous to avail themselves of the rich entertainment and instruction, which its perusal will unquestionably afford. The first volume is employed in the discussion of a subject which has engaged the powers of the wisest of men through a series of ages; and minds of every size and of every diversity of acquisition, having contributed their quota towards its illucidation, the accumulation of materials is such, that it has become more necessary, perhaps more difficult, to arrange than to invent. Ill the conduct of so extensive an argument, the talents of the writer will chiefly appear, in giving the due ■ degree of relief and prominence to the different branches of the subject,—in determining what should be placed in a strong and brilliant light, what should be more slightly sketched,— and disposing the whole in such a manner as shall give it the most impressive effect. If there is little room for the display of invention, other powers are requisite, not less rare or less useful; a nice and discriminating judgement, a truelogical taste, and a talent of extensive combination. An ordinary thinker feels himself lost in so wide a field; is incapable of classifying the objects it presents; and wastes his attention on such as are trite and common, instead of directing it to those which are great and interesting. If there are subjects which it is difficult to discuss for want of data to proceed upon, and, while they allure Vol. Vlll. B

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