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colour of the flower;—.particulars, it is presumed, not unworthy the notice of the Horticulturist.
Mr Wight, Bow-Street Reporter to the Morning Herald, has in the press, a Selection of One Hundred of the most Humorous and EntertainingoftheReports which have appeared in the Morning Herald in the last three years. Illustrated by George Cruikshank.
On the 1st of February, 1824., will be published, the First Fart (to be continued Quarterly, in Parts) of The Animal Kingdom, as arranged conformably with its Organization, by the Baron Cuvier; with additional Descriptions of all the Species hitherto named, and of many not before noticed. The whole of the ' Regne Aiumaf of the above celebrated Zoologist will be translated in this undertaking; but the Additions will be so considerable, as to give it the character of an original work.
Preparing for publication, in a small volume duodecimo, Paptism not Baptism, and Washing not Burial, in reply to Mr Ewing's Essay on Baptism; containing also an Address to the numerous Members of Poedobaptist Churches, who hold Antipo?dobaptist Sentiments. By F. A. Cox, A.M. of Hackney.
A Present for a Sunday School, or a Plain Address on tin: Fear of the Lord, adapted for the capacities of little children. By a Minister of the Established Church.
A second edition of Sabbaths at Home, by the Rev. Henry March, is in the press. Sketches of Sermons, furnished by their respective Authors, vol. iv. 12mo.
Sermons by the late Rev. T. N. Toller; with a Memoir of the Author, by Robert Hall. 8vo. 10s.
In the press, in one large volume 8vo. an improved edition of Milburn's Oriental Commerce, or the East-India Trader's Complete Guide; containing a Geographical and Nautical Description of the Maritime Parts of India, China, and Neighbouring Countries, including the Eastern Islands, and an Account of their Trade, Productions, Coins, Weights and Measures; together with their Port Regulations, Charges, &c. Originally compiled by the late William Milburn, Esq. of the Hon. East-India Company's Service. Abridged, improved, and brought down to the present time, by Thomas Thornton.
The East-India Vade-Mecum, being a Complete Guide to Gentlemen proceeding to the East-Indies, in either the Civil, Military, or Naval Service, or on other Pursuits. Much improved from
the work of the late Captain Williamson, being a condensed compilation of his and various other publications, and the result of personal observation. By Dr J. B. Gilchrist.
The Economy of the Eyes. Precepts for the Improvement and Preservation of the Sight. Plain Rules which will enable all to judge exactly when, and what Spectacles are best calculated for their Eyes; and an Essay on Opera-Glasses, &c.. By William Kitchiner, M.D.
The Economy of the Eyes. Part II. Of the Illuminating and Magnifying Powers of Newtonian, Gregorian, r.nd Cassegrainian Reflectors, and Achromatic Telescopes, from three inches to seven feet focus. By William Kitchiner, M.D.
Original Letters, chiefly illustrative of English History; including numerous Royal Letters. Published from Autographs in the British Museum, and one or two other Collections. By Henry Ellis, F.R.S. Sec. S. A., are in the press.
A complete System of Plants. By William Jackson Hooker, F. R.A. and I..S. Regius Professor of Botany in the University of Glasgow, Member of the Wern. Hoc. of Edinb., of the Imp. Acad. Nat in;'.' Curiosorum, of the Royal Botanical Soc. of Ratisbon, of the Helvetic Soc. of Nat. Hist., &c.
This Work will contain descriptive characters of every species known to be cultivated or in existence throughout the globe; together with some General Remarks, Notices of their Uses, &c. arranged according to the Natural Orders, but accompanied with a Linniean Index of references, and illustrated with numerous coloured figures from drawings made by the author.
Miss Benger is engaged on another Biographical Work, of which Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia, forms the Subject.
The Account of Mr Bullock's Travels and Discoveries, in Mexico, will appear in a few months, under the title of "Six Months in Mexico."
Observations on the Religious Peculiarities of the Society of Friends. By Joseph John Gurney.
A Philosophical Treatise on Malting and Brewing. By George Adolphus Wigney.
The Perennial Calendar, and Companion to the Almanack; Illustrating the Events of every Day in the Year, as connected with History, Chronology, Botany, Natural History, Astronomy, Popular Customs, and Antiquities; with Useful Rules of Health, Observations on the Weather, an Explanation of the Fasts and Festivals of the Church, and 'other Miscellaneous Useful Information. By Thomas Foster, F.L.S. M.B. &c. &c
The Life of Thomas, Lord Erskine, with Observations on the Character of his Eloquence at the Bar and in Parliament, and Critical Notices of his Speeches and Writings, interspersed with private Anecdotes. By Henry Cooper, of Lincoln's Inn, Esq. Barrister-at-Law. 2vols. 8vo.
Eugenia; a Poem, by Mrs Wolferstan, is about to appear.
Warreniana, a volume of the class of "The Rejected Addresses," is preparing for the press.
Drs Von Spix and Von Martin's Travels in Brazil, during the years 1817-1819-20, are now being translated from the German, for publication, in 8vo.
Mr Williams, Editor of the last edition of Blackstone's Commentaries, is about to publish a new edition of Milton's Poetical Works, with Notes, &c. &c.
No. I. of the Cambridge Quarterly Review and Academical Register.
Memoirs of the Life of Riego and his Family, including a History of Spain from the Restoration of Ferdinand to the present time. Illustrated by several portraits.
Mr Felix Bodin, Author of the "Presume de l'Histoire de France," is about to publish, as a companion, a Resume de l'Histoire d' Angleterre.
A Dissertation on the Gowrie Conspiracy, with an Examination of Logan of Restalrig's alleged participation ; and embracing Biographical Memoirs of the an
clent Families of Ruthvcn and Logan, by James Logan, will soon appear.
Duncorabe's Trials Per Pais, or the Law of England concerning Juries, with a Preface on the Origin of Trial by Jury, the original Authorities cited, and the Passages from the Anglo-Saxon writers translated. By Daniel Alban Durtnall, Esq. Barrister at Law.
A Work entitled, "Letters to Young Ladies on their first entrance into the World," by Mrs Lanfear, is announced.
The Hermit in Italy; or, Observations on the Manners and Customs of the Italians at the Commencement of the Nineteenth Century. Translated from the French of M. Jouy.
The three first Lays of a series of Patriotic Poems, tending to illustrate the Customs and Institutionsof our Ancestors and their Invaders, during the reign of the (Roman) Emperor Claudius.
The Passover, a Sermon on the Paschal Types, and on the Analogy of the Paschal Feast of the Lord's Supper, with an Appendix. By the Rev. J. E. N. Moleswortb, A.M.
A History of Waterford, from the earliest period to the present time, is preparing for the press.
The Author of "Highways and Byeways" has another work nearly ready for publication.
A Practical German Grammar, being a new and easy method of acquiring a thorough knowledge of the German language. By John Howbotham.
The Inheritance. By the Author of "Marriage." 3 vols, post 8vo.
The Devil's Elixir, 2 vols. 12mo.
A Sketch of the System of Education at New Lanark, by Robert Dale Owen, is in the press, and will appear in a few days.
Critical Researches in Philology and Geography, in one volume 8vo. Among other articles in this work, there will be found a Review of Dr Lee's edition of
Jones' Persian Grammar, and an examination of the various opinions that in modern times have been held respecting the source of the Ganges, and the correctness of Mr Lana's map of Thibet.
Preparing for publication, a Volume of Sermons, selected from the Manuscripts of the late Robert Boog, D.D. first Minister of the Abbey Parish of Paisley. Edited by Professor Mylne.
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