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APRIL & JULY, 1825,
JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET.
Lloddon: Printed by C. Roworth,
Bell Yard, Temple Bar.
Art. I. 1. Account of an Expedition from Pittsburgh to the
Rocky Mountains, performed in the Years 1819, 1820;
by Order of the Hon. J. C. Calhoun, Secretary of
War, under the command of Major S. H. Long, of
the U. S. Top. Engineers. Compiled from the Notes
of Major Long, Mr. T. Say, and other Gentlemen of
the party, by Edwin James, Botanist and Geologist to
the Expedition. In 3 Volumes.
2. Narrative Journal of Travels from Detroit Northwest,
through the Great Chain of American Lakes to the
Sources of the Mississippi River, in the Year 1820;
by Henry R. Schoolcraft. Performed as a Member
of the Expedition under General Cass,
3. A Journal of Travels into the Arkansa Territory,
during the Year 1819, with occasional Observations
on the Manners of the Aborigines. By Thomas Nut-
II. 1. Attila, Tragédie en cinq actes. Par Hyppolite Bis.
2. Regulus, Tragédie en cinq actes. Par M. Arnault,
3. Maccabees, Tragédie en cinq actes. Par Alexandre
4. Saul, Tragédie en cinq actes; Clytemnestre, Tragédie
en cinq actes. Par Alexandre Soumet
III. History of the Peninsular War. By Robert Southey,
Esq. LL.D. Poet Laureate, Honorary Member of the
Royal Spanish Academy, &c. &c. Vol. J.
IV. A Historical and Topographical Essay upon the Islands
of Corfu, Leucadia, Cephalonia, Ithaca and Zante;
with Remarks upon the Character, Manners and Cus-
toms of the Ionian Greeks; Descriptions of the Sce-
nery and Remains of Antiquity discovered therein ;
and Reflexions upon the Cyclopean Ruins. By Wil-
liam Goodisson, A. B. Assistant Surgeon in His Ma-
jesty's 75th Regiment
V. Notes relating to the Manners and Customs of the Crim
Tatars; written during a Four Years' Residence
among that people. By Mary Holderness. • 116
VI. Reliquiæ Diluvianæ; or Observations on the Organic
Remains contained in Caves, Fissures, and Diluvial
Gravel, and on other Geological Phenomena, attesting
the Action of an Universal Deluge. By the Rev.
William Buckland, F.R.S. &c.
VII. Bishop Burnet's History of his Own Time : with the
suppressed Passages of the First Volume, and Notes
by the Earls of Dartmouth and Hardwicke and
Speaker Onslow, hitherto unpublished. To which
are added the Cursory Remarks of Swift, and other
VIII. Thoughts and Details on the High and Low Prices of
the last Thirty Years. By Thomas Tooke, F.R.S. 214
IX. A Visit to Spain ; detailing the Transactions which oc-
curred during a Residence in that Country, in the
latter Part of 1822, and the first Four Months of
1823 : with an Account of the Removal of the Court
from Madrid to Seville; and general Notices of the
Manners, Customs, Costumes and Music of the Country.
- By Michael J. Quin, Barrister at Law, and Fellow of
the Royal Society of Literature