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The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge in the Diocese of St. David's, have awarded a Premium of 501. to Mr. H. V. Tebbs, Proctor, of Doctors' Commons, for the best Essay on the Scripture Doctrine of Adultery and Divorce, and on the criminal Character and Punishment of Adultery by the ancient Laws of England and other Couna, tries, and which he will shortly publish.
A Second Edition of the Rev. T. Young's Three Sermons on St. Paul's Doctrine of Justification by Faith, Original Şin, and Predestination; with Notes.
The Narrative of a Journey, undertaken in the Years 1819, 1820, and 1821, through France, Italy, Switzerland, parts of Germany bordering on the Rhine, Holland, and the Netherlands : comprising Incidents which occurred to the Author, (at the time suffering under deprivation of Sight) and various Points of Information collected on his Tour. By James Holman, R.N. & K.W.
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A Defence of the Doctrine and Worship of the Church of England; in a series of Letters, addressed to the Rev. John Lingard. By the Rev. N. J. Hollingsworth, M.A. A new and enlarged Edition.
Popery the Mystery of Babylon ; or, the Abominations of the Church of Rome. By a beneficed Clergyman of the Church of England, and a Graduate of Cambridge.
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Cæur de Lion; or, the Third Crusade. A Poem, in Sixteen Books. By Eleanor Anne Porden, Author of the Veils; the Arctic Expeditions, &c. In 2 vols. 8vo.
Collections towards a History of Ancient Institutions, Customs, Discoveries in Science, and Mechanical Inventions. Selected and abridged from the Beytrage zur Geschichte der Erfindungen of Professor Beckmann, of the University of Göttengen, with various important Additions. In 2 vols. 12mo..
Sermons, on the Book of Genesis, tending toʻshew that there is indeed but one Religion in the two Testaments, that the Writings of Moses testify of Christ, and that nothing tends more to explain the Gospel, to enlarge the Views of the Believer, and to exalt bis Notions of the Redeemer, than an intimate Acquaintance with the Ancient History of the Bible, together with the Promises, Prophecies, and Types of Christ, and the Gospel Dispensations. By the Rev. William Bassett, M.A. Curate of Brandon, in Suffolk. In 2 vols. 12mo.
FOR APRIL, 1822.
Art. I. An Inquiry into the Opinions, Ancient and Mo.
dern, concerning Life and Organization. By John Barclay, M.D. Lecturer on Anatomy, &c. &c. Edinburgh.
8vo. pp. 542. Whittakers. 1822. No man performs a greater service to philosophy than he who points out the boundaries of legitimate inquiry; and to no class of persons is this service more necessary than to youthful students, who are just entering upon those difficult and somewhat seducing investigations, which respect the bodily structure and mental endowments of the buman being. It is a fact no longer'disguised, that anatomical, and more particularly physiological pursuits, bave a tendency to carry the mind towards materialism. The more candid
among medical men themselves frankly acknowledge the charge ; and the more pious of them lament that there should be so much ground for it; whilst, as the danger assumes a magnitude in proportion to the ignorance of the inquirer, the evil in question is found to prevail most extensively in those dis-, secting-rooms which are frequented by very young men, and in those essays which are produced by mere novices in science. The most appropriate remedy in all such cases is to supply an increase of knowledge; and, as Dr. Barclay expresses it, by making them acquainted with what learned and ingenious men have already written on the subject, we may be able to moderate the rash excesses of vanity, and prevent them from betraying their ignorance to the world, by publishing, as new, opinions which have been repeatedly published before ; have repeatedly been obsolete ; have been repeatedly revived ; and repeatedly become obsolete again.
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