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already inquired after with eagerness upon The Mock Moralist ; a Novel ; by Mr the continent, in Holland particularly, as it Wm Gardiner, author of Sultana, a tragedy, is known to contain an accurate statement &c. of the political and financial situation of Elements of the History of Civil Govern. that country during a most important pe. ment; by James Tyson, Esq., will shortly riod; and as it is written with the utmost be published. candour, and is totally exempt from any Nearly ready for publication, Brief expressions which might offend the most Thoughts on the early obstacles to the pro. partial Bourbonist, it will find a wide circu. gress of the Fine Arts in Great Britain and lation in France, where the author, being Ireland; by Mr Wm Carey. known to be somewhat opposed to his bro- Hedin, or the Spectre of the Tomb ; a ther's government, it will be read with equal Tale ; by the Hon. William Herbert. 8vo. avidity by the most decided ultras.
38. 6d. Mr Ormerod's valuable History of the The Fall of Jerusalem, a Tragedy; by County palatine and city of Chester is now H. H. Millman, M. A. author of Fazio. completed. It has been published in ten 8vo. parts, forming three handsomely printed The Principles of Political Economy confolio volumes, which are highly embellished sidered with a view to their Practical Apby one hundred and ninety four engravings plication ; by T. R. Malthus. Svo. on copper and on wood, inclusive of no less Travels through Holland, Germany, and than three hundred and fifty seven armorial part of France in 1819, with reference to subjects which are attached to the pedigrees. their Statistics, Agriculture, and Manufac
The Rev. Philip Bliss has completed his tures ; by W. Jacob, Esq. F. R. S. 4to. new edition of Anthony or Wood's Athena The Palace of John Bull; a poem, con. Oxonienses, in four quarto volumes. This trasted with the Poor House that Jack valuable body of English Biography con- Built, illustrated by plates. tains upwards of two thousand two hundred In a small octavo volume, Taxidermy ;
lives, and there are very few of that large or, a complete Treatise on the art of pre• number which have not received either cor- serving every object of Natural History for
rections or additions from the pen of the Museums. present editor.
Sunday School Sketches ; a memoir, deIn the press, in two octavo volumes, the scriptive of these institutions. Iliad of Homer, literally translated into An Historical and Statistical Account of English Prose, with Explanatory Notes ; by the Principalities of Wallachia and Moldaa Graduate of the University of Oxford. via; by Wm. Wilkinson, Esq. late his Má.
The Fudge Family in Italy ; by the Au. jesty's consul therc. thor of the Fudge Family in Paris.
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An Account of the Introduction of Chris. Memoirs of M. Obelin, Lutheran Pastor tianity into Great Britain, with the Welsh of Walsbach ; by the Rev. Mark Wilks. Nonconformist Memorial; by Dr Richards.
Heraldic Visitation of the County of The Sketch Book ; by Geoffray Crayon, Durham ; by William Flower, Esq.in new edition, with alterations and additions. 1755. Edited by R. J. Philipson, Esq. Giovanni Sbogarro ; a Venetian Tale, in
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the Frigate Congress ; by H. M. BrackenAn elementary work on Astronomy; by ridge, Esq. Mr James Mitchell.
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Mr Philip of Liverpool is about to pub- the celebrated Letters of Junius, after relish a new Life of Whitefield. The mate. tiring from office, employed himself in writrials of this memoir have been collected ing“ The Memoirs of his own Life," from various British and American sources. which, when completed, his Grace carefully The work will be ornamented by an elegant sealed up, and, by an injunction in his will, print, from an original picture, &c. strictly prohibited his heirs, on any account,
In February will be published, Retro- to open the envelope during the reign of the spection, a rural poem;
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COMMERCIAL REPORT.--Februar y 12, 1820.
Sugar. Since our last, the demand for Sugar has incre ased, and the prices have accordingly advanced. The sales at the different outports hɛ ve been very considerable, and the deliveries from the warehouses in London have of la te been extensive. The prices of Low Browns are, however, still very low, and at least 10s. per cwt. below the price at which the planter can afford to sell them. The finer qualities are more in demand. The price of Sugar, since it was at the lowest pitch, ray be stated to have advanced 7s. Of 8s. per cwt ; and as affairs in the commercial world become more settled and