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Monthly List of New Publications.
General Quarter Session, in January 1821. By Henry Drummond.
A Letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury, on the Subject of Church Property. By a Clergyman. 2s. Gd.
Warreniana; with Notes Critical and Explanatory. By the Editor of a Quarterly Review.
Prose and Verse. By Jane Webb, of Kilwell. -Is.
Chronicles of 1823; or Chronological Details of Remarkable Occurrences, Domestic and Foreign; with the Progress of Literature, Science, the Arts, Public Improvements, &c. forming a Succinct History of the Year. Is.
A Letter on the Nature and Effects of the Tread-Wheel, as an Instrument of Prison Labour and Punishment; addressed to the Right Hon. Robert Peel, M. P.
A Complete List of the Lectures delivered in London, on Anatomy, Physiology, Surgery, Midwifery, Chemistry, Botany, &c. with the Terms and Hours of
Attendance The Terms for attending the Practice of the Various Hospitals and Dispensaries, with the names of the Physicians and Surgeons attached to each Institution.—The Qualifications necessary for Candidates passing their Examination at the College of Surgeons and Apothecaries' Hall; to which are added, Tables of the Pay in the Medical Departments.
Civil Disabilities on Account of Religion, as they exist in England, Scotland, and Ireland, considered with reference to the Christian Dispensation, History, and Policy.
A Philosophical Treatise on the Art of Malting and Brewing. By Geo. Adolphus Wigney, of Brighton.
Thoughts on Prison Labour; to which is added, in an Appendix, entire the Controversy collected from the Public Prints and other Publications, on the Question of the Tread-Wheel Discipline. By a Student of the Inner Temple.
MEDICINE AND SUEGERY.
A Treatise on the Nature and Treatment of Scrophula, (to which the Jacksonian prize for the year 1818 was adjudged by the Court of Examiners of the Royal College of Surgeons,) describing its connection with Diseases of the Spine, Joints, Eyes, Glands, &c. To which is added, an account of the Opthalmia, so long prevalent in Christ's Hospital. By Eusebius Arthur Lloyd, M.R.C.S. &c. 9s.
A Treatise on Acupuncturation, illustrated with cases of its immediate success
in Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, &c. By James Morss Churchhill, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons.
Cornaro on Health and Long Life. Sure Methods of attaining a Long and Healthful Life, with the Means of Correcting a Bad Constitution. By Lewis Cornaro. Thirtieth edition. 2s. 6d.
An Essay on an Improved Method of Cutting for Urinary Calculi; or the Posterior Operation of Lithotomy. By W. W. Sleigh.
A Disquisition on the Sentient Faculty. From the French of Count de Redern; with Notes. By Francis Corbaux. 7s.
A History of the High Operation for the Stone, by Incision above the Pubis, with Observations on the advantages attending it By J. C. Carpue, F.R.S. 8s. ad.
NOVELS AND TALES.
Adventures of Hajji Baba. 3 vols. 8vo. U. Is.
The Ionian; or, Woman in the Nineteenth Century. By Miss Renou, 3 vols, 11. 10s.
Sayings and Doings, 3 vols. 8vo.
Arthur Seymour: a Novel. Procrastination; or, The Vicar's Daughter, a Tale. 5s.
Prose, by a Poet. 2 vols. 12mo. 12s.
Italian Tales of Humour, Gallantry, and Romance; with 16 Plates by George Cruikshank. Crown 8vo. 10s.; proofs, 14s.
Ballantyne's Novelist's Library, vols. VI. VII. and VIII., containing the Novels of Richardson complete, with his Life, by the distinguished Editor of this Work. 4.1. 4s.
The Albigenses; a Romance. By the Author of Bertram, a tragedy; Women, or Pour et Contre ; &c. 4 vols. II. 12s.
Duke Christian of Luneburg; or Traditions from the Hartz. By Miss Jane Porter.
How to be Rid of a Wife, and the Lily of Annandale. Tales by Miss Spence. 2 vols. 12s.
The Outcasts; a Romance. Translated from the German. By George Soane. 2 vols. 16s.
The Pilot; a Tale of the Sea. By the Author of " The Spy," "The Pioneers," &c. 3 vols. II. Is.
Fatal Errors and Fundamental Truths; illustrated in a Series of Narratives and Essays. 1 vol. 9s.
Joanna; or the Female Slave: a West Indian Tale. Founded on Stedman's Narrative of a Five Years' Expedition against the Revolted Negroes of Suri
The Star in the East.'with other Poems. By Josiah Cornier. 6s.
Don Juan, Cantos the Twelfth, Thirteenth, and Fourteenth. Fine Editions, demy 8vo. 9s. 6d. boards; foolscap 8vo. 7s. boards. Common Edition, 18mo. to counteract piracy, Is.
The Vespers of Palermo, a Tragedy in Five Acts, as performed at Covent Garden Theatre. 3s.
Sonnets, original and translated. By the late Charles Johnston, Esq. of Danson, Kent, and formerly of Trinity College, Cambridge. 2s. (id.
Ultra-Crepidarius; a Satire on William Gifford. By Leigh Hunt. With Notes, containing Proofs and Illustrations. 2s. (id.
Hermann and Dorothea, a celebrated Poem of Goethe, converted from the German verse into German Prose, by Charles T. Kersten; 1 vol. 18mo. elegantly printed (in London) in German type, with 10 beautiful wood cuts. Price 7s. 6d.
The Nun, a Poetical Romance, and two others. 7s. 6d.
Horae Jocosse; or, the Doggerel Decameron: being Ten Facetious Tales in Verse. To which are added, some Miscellaneous Pieces. By Joseph Lunn. 4s. (id.
Saul the Son of Cis, and other Poems. By the Author of the Tour of the Vaudois. 4s.
The Fancy; a Selection from the Poetical Remains of the late Peter Corcoran, of Gray's-Inn, Student at Law. With a brief Memoir of his Life. Foolscap Svo. 5s: Gd. boards.
Imagination; a Poem; in Two Parts. By Miss L. Poulter. 6s.
The Gamblers; a Moral Poem, founded on recent atrocious circumstances.
The Siege of Malta; a Tragedy. 4s. 6d.
Ireland; a Satire: addressed to the Irish Magistrates and Grand Juries,
Sermons preached before a Country Congregation. By William Bishop, MA. Rector of Ufton Nervet, Berks, and late Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford. 2s.
Zion's Way-Marks; or the Author's Call to the Ministry. 2s. id.
Conversations on the Bible. By a Lady. 7s.
Christ's Triumph over Death the Motive to Unfailing Obedience. A Sermon, occasioned by the Death of Charles Grant, Esq. By Daniel Wilson, A. M. Is. 6d.
A Sermon on the Crime of Murder, preached at the Parish Church of Enfield, in the County of Middlesex, on Sunday, Nov. 23, 1823, by D. Cresswell, D. D. F.R.S. Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, and Vicar of Enfield. Is. 6d.
A Few Words respecting the Probability of a Revelation of the Nature and Will of the Deity; and the Probability and Truth of the Mosaic and Christian Revelations. Is. (id.
Festivals and Fasts of the Church of England, abridged from the Works of the excellent and pious Mr Nelson, interspersed with Dialogues adapted to the capacity of Youth. By Elizabeth Belson. 3s. (id.
A Discourse on Schism. By that learned Gentleman, Edward PolJhill, Esq. late of Burwash, in Sussex. Printed 1694. 2s.
Seven Sermons on the Course of Christian Life. 1. Human Nature. 2. Youth. 3. Conversion. 4. The Lord's Supper. 5. Sickness. 6. Old Age. 7. Death. 2s. 6d.
Miscellaneous Pieces on Sacred Subjects, in Prose and Verse. By T. Lettice, D.D. Written in the 83d and 84th years of his age. 5s. (id.
The 1st volume of Popery, the Mystery of Babylon; or the Abominations of the Church of Rome. Dedicated by permission to the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Winchester, in a Series of Lectures delivered at the Church of the United Parishes of St Mary Somerset and St Mary Mounthaw. By the Rev. J. S. Sergrove, LL.B. Rector of the above Parishes. 10s. 6d.
The Doctrines of General Redemption, as held by the Church of England and by the early Dutch Arminians, exhibited in their Scriptural Evidence, and in their Connection with the Civil and Religious Liberties of Mankind. By James Nichols. 8vo. 16s.
Bishop Taylor's Holy Living and Holy Dying. 1 vol. royal 18mo. with Life and Portrait. 8s. 6d.
. Protest against the Spirit and Practice of Modern Legislation, as exhibited in the New Vagrant Act
The Book of the Church. By Robert Southey, LL.D. 2 vols. L.1, 4s.
A Concise View of the Scriptures, shewing their Consistency and their Necessity, from an Examination of the Extent of Natural Knowledge. 6s.
The Christian Ministry; a Sermon preached at the Cathedral Church of Chester, at a Public Ordination of Priests and Deans, by the Right Rev. George Henry, Lord Bishop of that Diocese, on Sunday, October 5, 1823, and published at the request of the Bishop, the Dean, the Archdeacon, and the rest of the Reverend Clergy then present. By George Caskin, D.D. of Trinity College, Oxford, Prebendary of Ely. Is. 6d.
An Eloquent, Evangelical, and Orthodox Ministry. Exemplified in a Letter to a Christian Friend, in reply to repeated interrogatories, as to the qualifications and evangelical orthodoxy of the Bev. Edward Irving.
One Hundred and Twenty-Eight Parables, on every Variety of Subject and Circumstances, Sacred and Moral, breathing the genuine Spirit of Christianity, untinctured by the Doctrines of any particular Sect. 6s.
The Journey to Eternity; or the Path through Death, the Grave, the Resurrection, and Final Judgment By George Bathie, D.D. 3s. 6d.
An Abridgement of the Prophecies, as connected with Profane History, both Ancient and Modern, from the best Authors. By Mrs Smith. 5s.
TOPOGRAPHY. Ossian's Hall. Embellished with two Engravings, one of the Interior, and one of the Exterior of " Ossian's Hall," taken from the domain of his Grace the Duke of Athol. With extracts from the Poems of Ossian. 5s. plain; 7s. coloured.
VOYAGES AND TRAVELS.
The Captivity, Sufferings, and Escape of James Scurry, who was detained a prisoner, during ten years, in the dominions of Hyder Ali and Tippoo Saib. Written by Himself. 'Is.
Journal of a Second Voyage for the Discovery of a North-West Passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific, performed in the years 1821, 22, 23, in his Majesty's Ships Fury and Hecla, under the orders of Captain William Edward Parry, R.N.
Mr Holman's Narrative of a Journey through France, Italy, and other parts of the Continent, undertaken by the Author while suffering a total and permanent Loss of Sight. Price 13s. 8vo. in boards, with a Portrait of the Author. 2d edit.
Researches in the South of Ireland. By T. C. Croker. With 16 Engravings, Wood Cuts, &c. 4to. L.2, 2s.
The Character of the Russians, and a detailed History of Moscow. By Robert Lyall, M. D. 4*0. With Coloured Engravings. L. 4, 4s.
No. 1. of a Picturesque Tour of Jamaica; from Drawings made in 1820 and 1821. By James Hakewill, author of the Picturesque Tour of Italy, &c. &c. Each Number will contain three Views, coloured after nature, with descriptive letter press. 12s. 6d. Proofs, 15s.
Zoological Journal. To consist of Original Communications, Translations of new and interesting Papers from Foreign Sources, and Notices of new and remarkable Facts in any way connected with Zoology; accompanied by illustrative Plates, carefully executed, and coloured when necessary. Conducted by Thos. Bell, Esq. F.L.S.; John George Children, Esq. F.R. & L.S.; James De Carle Sowcrby, Esq. F.L.S.; and G. B. Sowerby, F. L. S. To be continued in Quarterly Numbers, in demy 8vo. No. I. price 10s.
Novels and Romances of the Author of Waverley; comprising The Pirate, The Fortunes of Nigel, Peveril of the Peak, and Quentin Durward. Handsomely printed, with illustrative vignette title-pages. 9 vols, foolscap 8vo.
The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, exhibiting a View of the Progress of Discovery in Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, Natural History, Practical Mechanics, Geography, Navigation, Statistics, and the Fine and useful Arts. No. XIX. (To be continued Quarterly.) 7s. 6d.
Virginius; a Tragedy. By James Sheridan Knowles. Sixth Edition. 8vo. 3s. 6d.
The Elocutionist; a Collection of Pieces in Prose and Verse, peculiarly 8
adapted to display the Art of Reading, &c. By James Sheridan Knowles. I2mo. 3s. 6d. bound.
Recollections of an Eventful Life, chiefly passed in the Army. By a Soldier. 12mo. 5s. Gd.
On New-Year's day, the 1st of January, 1824, was published, and every Saturday following will be published, The Glasgow Mechanics' Magazine, and Annals of Philosophy; containing an Account of all the New Improvements and inventions in the Arts, Manufactures, and Machinery; of Discoveries in the Mechanical and Chemical Sciences; and of the Progress of Public Works throughout the Kingdom. Illustrated by numerous Engravings.
The Life of Andrew Melville, containing Illustrations of the Ecclesiastical and Literary History of Scotland, during the latter part of the Sixteenth and beginning of the Seventeenth Century. With an Appendix, consisting of Original Papers. By Thomas M'Crie, D.D. Minister of the Gospel, Edinburgh. In 2 large vols. 8vo. Second Edition, corrected. I/. 4s.
Some Passages in the Life of Mr Adam Blair, Minister of the Gospel at CrossMeikle. By the Author of " Valerius" and " Reginald Dalton." 1 vol. 12mo, Second Edition. 7s.
Sermons on Infidelity. By Andrew Thomson, D.D. Minister of St George's, Edinburgh. 1 vol. post 8vo. Second Edition. 7s.
Edinburgh Christian Instructor.
The Edinburgh Almanack, or Universal Scots and Imperial Register for 1821. 5s. bound.
The Minstrel's Daughter; a Tale of the Scottish Border. In Four Cantos. By Alexander Park. 12mo. 5s.
A Letter to Francis Jeffrey, Esq. Editor of the Edinburgh Review, on the Evidence in Support of a Continuation of Miraculous Powers in the Churcli, as an Answer to the Article on the Miracles ascribed to Prince Alexander Hohenlohe. 2s.
Reveries of a Recluse; or Sketches of Characters, Parties, Opinions. Post 8vo. 8s. 6d.
Tales and Sketches of the West of Scotland, by Christopher Keelivine. 12mo. 7s.
The Bachelor's Wife; a Selection of Curious and Elegant Extracts, with Observations. By John Gait, Esq. Post 8v-o.
Travels in Prince Edward Island, Gulf of St Lawrence, North America, in 1820-21. By Walter Johnstone, Dumfries. 12mo. 4s. 6d.
Hints to Emigrants, in a Series of Letters from Upper Canada. By the Rev. Walter Bell, Minister of the Presbyterian Congregation, Perth, Upper Canada. 12mo. 4s. 6d.
Sketch of the Evidence for Prophecy. By the Rev. Alexander Keith, Minister of the Parish of St Cyrus. 12mo. 4s.
Plain Pastoral Addresses on Regeneration. By the Rev. Edward Craig, A.M. 18mo. 2s.
An Historical Catalogue of the Scottish Bishops to 1688, by the Right Rev. Robert Keith. Also an Account of the Religious Houses at the time of the Reformation. By John Spottiswoode, Esq. A New edition, corrected and continued to the present time. By the Rev. M. Russell, LL.D. 8vo. L.1, Is. Fin« Paper, L. 1, 10s.
A Grammar of Infinite Forms ; or the Mathematical Elements of Ancient Philosophy and Mythology. By William Howison. Post 8vo. 5s.