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PoETRY AND THE DRAMA.

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NEW WORKs.

THE Sciences IN CENERAL
AND MATHEMAtics, es
Bakewell's Introduction to Geology s 3.

Brande's Dictionary of Science, Literature, and Art - -

Brewster's Optics - - - - b. Bischoff On the Heat of the Globe- 4 Conyersations on Mineralog - 7

De la Beche on the tois, of Cornwall, &c. - ib. Donovan's Chemistry : - - 8 Farey on the Steam Engine - - 8

Foroke On the Arts, Manners,

Manufactures, and Institutions of the Greeks and Romans - - 9 Gre hers Science of Gunnery - 10 h

on the Gun - - - i Hero hel's Natural Philosophy

-- Astronomy - - i Holland's Manufactures in Metal Kane's Elements of Chemistry

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“. Lalla Rookh, medium 8vo. -- 4- “. ... sep. 8vo. “ Irish Melodies - - Moral of Flowers - - - Southey's Poetical Work - -- British l’oets - - Spirit of the woods - - - 27 Thomson's Seasons - - - 30 PoliticAL EcoMoMY AND STATESTics. M’Culloch's Geographical, statistical, and Historical Dictionary - 20 4. Political Economy - ib. Smith's wealth of Nations : . 27 Spackman's statistical Tables - ib. ooke's History of Prices - - 30

RELICIOUS X MoRALworks.

Hell's Illustrations of the Liturgy - 4

Bellamy’s oible - - - - 4

Bloomfield's Greek Testament - 5 -- College and School do. ib. - Greek & English Lexi

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to the Sandford's English FemaleWorthies ib. -- Female Improvement - 26

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of London lorry - - - - - 24 Powello Natural Philosophy - - ib. Richardson's Ge - - - ib. Roberts's Dictionary of Geology - 25 Wilkinson's Engines of War - " - 32 Wood On Railroads - - - ib. TOPOGRAPHY AND CUlDE BOOKS. Adom's Gem of the Peak - - 3 Addison's History of the Temple Church - - - 3 -- Guide to ditto - - ib. Black's Tourist of England - - ". Britton's Picture of London - - d. Goide toll the Watering Places in Great Britain - - - - 10 TRANSACTICNS OF SOCIETIES. Transactions of the Entomological Society - - 30 - ociety ib. -- Linnaean Society - ib. - Institution of Civil Engineers - ib. - Royal Institute of

- Poitish Architects ib. Proceedings of the Zoological Society 24

TRAVELS.

Allan's Mediterranean - - - 3 China, Toast Year in, - - - 6 De Custine's Ru-sun - - - 7 !arris's Isiahlands of Ethiopia - 11 Laing's Notes of a Traveller - - 1

-- Residence in Norway - ib.

** Tour in Sweden - - ib. Marryat's Travels of Mons. Violet - 19 Postans's observations on Sindh - 24 Strong's Greece as a Kingdom - 28

VETERINARY MEDICINE

AND AFFAIRS.

Field's veterinary Records - - *

Morton's veterinary Medicine, - . -- “ Toxicological Chart ib; Percivall's Hippopathology. - - : -- Anatomy of the Horse - ib. Spooner. On the Foot and Leg of the Horse - - - - “ on the Influenza of Horses ill; thornson's Animal Chemistry 29 Turner on the Foot of the Horse white's yeterinary Art - “ Cattle Medicine

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NOVELS AND WoRKS OF
FICTION.

!"rooington's (Lady) Meredith - 21

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*...tt's Mary). Neighbours . . 13 : “ from.” . . .

-- its. : President's Daughters is 13

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“ on Socinian Controversy ib.

White On the Gospel - - - - 32
Rural SPORTS.

Bainbridge's Fly-fisher's Guide -
Blaine's pictionary of Sports -
lian-arú's Fishing in Wales - - 11
Hawker’s Instructions to Sportsmen ib.
Martingale's Sporting Scenes - 19
Ronaldo's Fly-fisher's Entomology 25
Thacker's Courser's Remembrancer og

Coursing Rules - - ib.

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AIKIN.—THE LIFE OF JOSEPH ADDISON.

Illustrated by many of his Letters and Private Papers never before published. By Lucy
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ALLAN.—A PICTORIAL TOUR IN THE MEDITERRANEAN ;

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ADAM.–THE GEM OF THE PEAK;

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ADDISON.—THE KNIGHTS TEMPLARS.

By C. G. A poison, Esq., of the Inner Temple. 2d Edition, enlarged, square crown 8vo. with
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ADDISON.—THE TEMPLE CHURCH IN LONDON :

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J. S. Bayunos. 5th. Edition, re-written and enlarged, by Jows Dos Alpson. with a
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| BAYLDON.—TREATISE ON THE WALUATION OF PROPERTY

FOR THE POOR's RATE; shewing the Method of Rating Lands, Buildings, Tithes, Mines,
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BAYNES.—NOTES AND REFLECTIONS

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BEDFORD CORRESPONDENCE. – CORRESPONDENCE OF

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ulso here, are not a little interesting.”—MoRNINu HERALD.
*** Vol. 3, to complete the work, is in preparation.

BELL. — THE LORD’S PRAYER AND THE BELIEF

*** The above form Nos. 1 and 2 of Mr. Bell’s “Series of Compositions from the Liturgy,” and

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BELL.--THE IIISTORY OF RUSSIA,

From the Earliest Period to the Treaty of Tilsit. By Robert Bell, Esq. 3 vols. fep. 8vo. with Vignette Titles, 18s. cloth.

BELLAMY.—THE HOLY BIBLE,

Newly Translated from the Original Hebrew only. By J. BELLAMY. 4to. Parts 1 to 8.

BioAPIICAI. DICTIONARY

f the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. To be continued Quarterly, in HalfVolumes.—Half-volumes 1 to 4, 8vo. 12s.

ILLUSTRATED, in a Series of Compositions. By John Bell, Sculptor. 4to. 8s. 6d. cloth.

may be had separately, 3s. each. Published Monthly. No. 3 on Jan. 1,

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“This work proceeds in a satisfactory, manner. The number of new names is very considerable; and in the articles which we have read, and of which we have been able to form an opinion, we have soonetimes gained new information, and at others have seen the crors of former authorities satisfactorily corrected."—Biarish MAGAzis E.

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BLAIR'S CHRONOLOGICAL TABLES,

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BLOOMFIELD.—HISTORY OF THE PELOPONNESIAN WAR.

By Thucydides. Newly translated into English, and accompanied with very copious Notes, Philological and Explanatory, Historical and Geographical. By the Rev. S. T. Bloomfield, *D. F.S.A. 3 vols. 8vo. with Maps and Plates, £2.5s. boards.

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BLOOMFIELD,-HISTORY OF THE PELOPONNESIAN WAR.

By Thucydides. A New Recension of the Text, with a carefully amended Punctuation; and copious Notes, Critical, Philological, and Explanatory, almost eutirely original, but partly selected and arranged from the best Expositors: accompanied with full indexes, both of Greek Words and Phrases explained, and matters discussed in the Notes. The whole illustrated by Maps and Plans, mostly taken from actual surveys. By the Rev. S.T. Bloom Field, D.D. F.S.A. 2 vols. 8vo. 385. cloth.

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BL00MFIELD.—THE GREEK TESTAMENT:

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BLOOMFIELD.—GREEK AND ENGLISH LEXICON TO THE

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A Complete Encyclopaedia of all the Diversions, Athletic, Scientific, and Recreative, of Boyhood and Youth. 19th Edition, square 12mo, with many Engravings on Wood, 8s. 6d. boards.

BRANDE.- A DICTIONARY OF SCIENCE, LITERATURE,

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BRAY. —THE PHILOSOPHY OF NECESSITY;

Or, the Law of Consequences as applicable to Mental, Moral, and Social Science. By Charles BRAY. 2 vols. 8vo. 15s. cloth.

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BRITTON.—THE ORIGINAL PICTURE OF LONDON :
With a Description of its Environs. Re-edited, and mostly re-written, by J. BRITton,
F.S.A. &c. 28th Edition, with upwards of 100 Views of Public Buildings, Plan of the Streets,
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BULL.-HINTS TO MOTHERS,

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BULL-THE MATERNAL MANAGEMENT OF CHILDREN, in HEALTH and DISEASE. By T. Bull, M.D. FCp. 8vo. 7s. cloth.

“Excellent guides, and deserve to be generally known.”—Johnson's Mypico-Chinvadical Review.

BURDER.—ORIENTAL CUSTOMS,

Applied to the Illustration of the Sacred Scriptures. By SAMUEL BURDER, A.M. 3d Edit. with additions, fop. 8vo. 8s. 6d. cloth.

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| BURNS,--THE PRINCIPLES OF CHRISTIAN PHILOSOPHY;

containing the Doctrines, Duties, Admonitions, and Consolations of the Christian Religion. By John BURNs, M.D. F.R.S. 5th Edition, 12mo. 7s. boards. Man is created for a Future State of Happiness; on the Means by which a Future State of Happiness is procured; of what is required of Man that he § obtain a Future State of Happiness; of the Nature of the Future State of Happiness; of the Preparation for the Future State of Happiness; of Personal Duties; of Relative Duties; of the Duties Men owe to God; of the Admonitions and Consolations afforded by the Christian Religion.

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By SAMUEL BUTLER, D.D. late Lord Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry; and formerly Head
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The present edition has been carefully revised by the author's son, and such alterations introduced as continually progressive discoveries and the latest information rendered necessary. . Recent Travels have been constantly consulted where . doubt or difficulty seemed to require it; and some additional matter has been added, both in the ancient and modern part.

BUTLER.—ATLAS OF MODERN GE0(HRAPHY.

By the late Dr. Butleh. New Edition; consisting of Twenty-three coloured Maps, from a
New Set of Plates. 8vo. with Index, 12s. half-bound.

BUTLER,-ATLAS OF ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY;
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With upwards of 120 Wood Engravings. By LADY CALLcott. Square crown 8vo. pp. 568,
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CATLOW.-POPULAR CONCHOLOGY;

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CHALENOR.—POETICAL REMAINS OF MARY CHALENOR.

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CHALENOR.—WALTER GRAY,
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CHINESE NOWEL.—RAMBLES OF THE EMPEROR CHING

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