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of the Philosophy of Life,” will appear, THE Bishop of St Davids has in the press, from the pen of Sir Charles Morgan, Fellow the Grand Schism, or the Roman Catholics of the College of Physicians. It is intend, of Great Britain and Ireland shown to be ed to convey a Popular View of the LeadSeparatists from the Church of England. ing Facts of Physiology, as they bear more

Mr Richard Lawrence is preparing Forty especially upon the Moral and Social Ani.
Etchings from specimens in the Elgin Col- mal.
lection; to be accompanied with Critical An Introduction to the Critical Study and
Remarks on those Grecian Relics.

Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures ; by Robert Huish, Esq. Author of a Treatise Thomas Hartwell Horne, A. M., in two on Bees, has in the press, Venezzi, a Ro- volumes, 8vo, illustrated with Maps, and mance of former days, in 4. vols.

Fac-similes of Biblịcal Manuscripts. This Mr Bagster is printing an edition of the Work will consist of Three Parts :- Part I. Book of Cominon Prayer, with Translations will comprise a Concise View of the Geor into the Greek, Latin, Italian, Spanish, graphy of Palestine, and of the Political, French, and German languages ; to be com Religious, Moral, and Civil State of the prised in a 4to volume, uniform with his Jews ; illustrating the principal Events rePolyglott Bible.

corded in the Bible. Part II. will present A new edition of Seneca's Morals, in an a copious Investigation of the Principles of Svo vol. with a portrait, will appear early in Scripture Interpretation, and their ApplicaJuly.

tion to the Historical, Prophetical, Typical, Édward Dodwell, Esq. is preparing for Doctrinal, and Moral Parts of the Sacred publication, a Classical and Topographical Writings. Part III. will be appropriated Tour in Greece, during the years 1801, to the Analysis of the Bible; including an 1805, and 1806. A long residence in Tur Account of the Canon of Scripture ; toge, key has enabled the Author to examine, ther with Critical Prefaces and Synopses to and the assistance of a first-rate Artist, to each book, upon an improved Plan. An illustrate the Topography of, that Seat of Appendix will be subjoined, containing an Early History. Greece, including Pelopon- Account of the Principal MSS. and Editions nesus and the Ionian Islands, were the par- of the Old and New Î'estaments. ticular objects of his Tour; in the course of We understand that the remaining Vol

. which, many Districts, unexplored by Mo- of the Work on the History, Literature, and dern Travellers, have been penetrated, and Mythology of the Hindys, printing at the remains, hitherto unknown, visited, and Serampore press, is at length nearly finish. most faithful Drawings made of their actual ed. The delay attending the publication of state. Many of the Drawings being upon this work has arisen from a cause which, a scale which, consistent with their extreme

we are persuaded, will give satisfaction to accuracy, will not allow of reduction to the the subscribers : more than 250 pages have size of a quarto volume, it is intended to been devoted to very difficult Translations publish a separate Work, consisting of Sixty from the Hindu Philosophical Works, and Views of the most celebrated Scenes and the Lives of their Sages. The Introductory Monuments of Greece ; in which fac-simi. Chapter, also, will contain a Review of their les of the Drawings, taken and coloured up. Philosophical Opinions, compared with on the spot, will be produced, of the size of those of other Ancient Nations, and an Ac: Stuart's Athens,- forming a complete series count of the present State of Learning aof all that now exists of Grecian Antiquity. mong' the Hindus.

Sir John Byerley, a gentleman admirably We understand that a Pamphlet is about qualified by his various attainments, and by to be published, illustrative of the Cause and à critical knowledge of both languages, has Treatment of the Cholera Morbus, which undertaken a translation of Shakspeare into lately prevailed at Jessore, in which it is arFrench. We hail the circumstance as aus- gued, that to the immoderate use of New picious to the fame of our British Bard, Řice was principally owing the occurrence whose works have, by former translators, of the disease. The same complaint has been so grossly abused and perverted. prevailed with considerable violence at BaDr Bateman is preparing for the

press, a sasore, where it appears that Sable Fish is Sketch of the Character of the Epidemic not to be procured, and the New Rice had Fever prevailing in the Metropolis, with not come into use.

These two articles of some Observations on the Method of Treat food have been severally charged with the ment, and on the Means of diminishing the production of the Epidemic in question, but Influence of Contagion.

apparently without sufficient consideration. In the course of the season, “ Sketches Mr Brande, Chemical Professor at the

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Royal Institution, is preparing for publica- press, a Grammar of Rhetoric, chiefly como tion, a Manual of Chemistry ; containing piled from Blair, Campbell, Rollin, &c. the principal Facts of the Science, arranged which will very soon appear, in 1 vol. 12mo. in the order in which they are discussed and A Book, entitled, Universal Commerce, illustrated in his much-admired Lectures. by the Editor of Mortimer's Commercial

Dr Bostock is about to publish an Ac. Dictionary, will appear in the course of the
count of the History and Present State of ensuing Month.

A Mercator's Atlas of Skeleton Maps,
Mr Laing's Architectural Work of Plans, adapted to Modern Navigation and Mari-
Elevations, and Sections of Buildings, erect time Surveying, for the use of Naval Stu-
ed by him; including the details of the New dents, will be published in the course of the
Custom House, London, St Dunstan's in ensuing Month, in royal 4to.
the East, with an Historical Account of the M. Des Carrieres has nearly ready for
Old Church, &c. will be delivered to the publication, a new edition of his Histoire
Subscribers in the course of the present de France, which will be continued to

the present time, and thoroughly revised
It is not generally known, that some very throughout.
curious Memoirs of Lucien Bonaparte were Mr A. Picquot, Author of the Ancient
printed in 1815. When, however, they and Modern Geography, has in the press, a
were nearly ready, obstacles to the appear. Chronological Abridgement of the History
ance arose ; the publication was suspended, of Modern Europe, compiled from the best
and the whole impression was eventually English, French, and German Historians.
burnt. An agent of Lucien, it is presum-
ed, indemnified the publisher, and obtained
from him the sacrifice of his speculation,

EDINBURGH. and the possession of the original manuscript. By what means this manuscript has again been suffered to see the light, we know not ; In the press, and speedily will be pubbut it is certain, that a London bookseller lished, in two large vols 8vo, a Geographie has obtained possession of it, and that it is cal and Statistical description of Scotland ; immediately to be published.

by James Playfair, D.D. F.R.S. & F.A.S. The third part of the Encyclopædia Me. Edin. Principal of the United College of St tropolitana will appear early in the ensuing Andrews, and Historiographer to his Royal Month.

Highness the Prince Regent. Mr Simmons will shortly publish, both Wight on the Law of Election, a new in England and America, a Novel Plan of edition, with additions, suited to the present Vessels of War, which was submitted to the time, will speedily be published. consideration of the Lords of the Admiralty A Memoir on the Congenital Club Feet in June 1810, and by them rejected. of Children, and the Mode of correcting this

The Ancient Gothic Languages have late. Deformity; by Antonio Scarpa, Emeritus ly very much engaged the

attention of the Professor and Director of the Medical FaLearned in the North. The Librarian of culty of the Imperial and Royal University the University of Copenhagen has been se of Pavia, &c. With five original engravings veral months at Stockholm, for the purpose by Anderloni. Translated from the Italian ; of collating and collecting manuscripts of by J. H. Wishart, Fellow of the Royal the Skalda and Edda, which are preserved College of Surgeons, and one of the Surin that city, and at Upsal ; they are intend geons of the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. ed to assist in a projected edition of these Proposals have been issued for publishPoems.

ing by subscription, in imperial folio, a New The same Professor is employed on a Atlas of the Counties of Scotland, each Grammar of the Anglo-Saxon Tongue ; and County to compose a separate map, or if of on a Translation into Swedish of his Gram- importance, from extent or population, two mar of the Icelandic Tongue: the former of will be allotted. these Works concerns all English Anti In the press, and will be published in a quaries.

few days, in 8vo, with plates, an Account of It is stated in the German Papers, that, the Small Pox, as it appeared after Vaccinawhile the Count las Casas was at St Helena, tion ; by Alexander Monro, M.D. Profeshe composed a Work, and sent it to Europe, sor of Anatomy in the University of Edinthe title of which is, Journal regulière de burgh; including, among many cases, dont oe que fait ou dit Napoleon, jour par Three which occurred in the Author's own jour, à St Helène, durant 3 mois, ses conver Family. sations publiques et privées, &c. This Work, Speedily will be published, Fifteen Years which will be uncommonly interesting on ac Correspondence, which passed between Wilcount of its authenticity, has not been yet liam Drysdale, Writer and Town-clerk of published, because the manuscript has been Kirkaldy, and George Millar, Farmer in detained by the English Government. Bankhead, Fifeshire; wherein is discovered

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reputation, and a competent share of the the Polarising Force in Plates, Tubes, and One Thing Needful.

Cylinders of Glass.—Mr Napier on the Scope In the press, and speedily will be pub- and Influence of the Philosophical Writings lished, Vol. VIII. Part 11. of the Transac- of Lord Bacon.-Mr Allan on the Geology tions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. of the Environs of Nice.- Mr Leslie on Im. The following are the Contents of Part II. pressions of Cold sent from the Higher Atof this Volume :-Dr Brewster on the Ef. mosphere.Major-General Brisbane on fects of Pressure in Altering the Polarising finding the Time accurately without equal Structure of Doubly Refracting Crystals. Altitudes.--Dr Fleming on the Junction of Dr Murray's Experiments and Observations the Fresh Water of the Rivers with the Salt on Muriatic Acid Gas, &c.-Dr Ure on the Water of the Sea.-Mr Alison's Memoir of Relation between Muriatic Acid and Chlo- the Life and Writings of the late Lord rine.-Dr Brewster on the Distribution of Woodhouselee.




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