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A Course of Lectures, containing a Description and systematic Arrangement of the several Branches of Divinity : accompanied with an Account both of the principal Authors, and of the Progress which has been made at different Periods in Theological Learning. By Herbert Marsh, D.D. F.S.A. Lord Bisbop of Peterborough, and Margaret Professor of Divinity. Part the Sixth, (on the Credibility of the New Testament.) 8vo. 2s.6d.
A Letter to His Grace the Lord Primate of Ireland, on the Manner in which Christianity was taught by our Saviour and his Apostles. By George Miller, D.D, M.R.I.A. Rector of Derryvoylan, and Master of the Royal School of Armaglı, 8vo.
A Necessary Ductrine and Erudition for any Christian Youth. Set forth in a Şeries of Sunday School Lectures, with a Catechism or Preaching Conference on the Doctrine and Principles of the Church of Christ, adapted to each Lecture. To which is prefixed, a View of the Progress of popular Education from the Reformation to the present Time. By J. Trist, A.M. Vicar of Veryan, Cornwall. 4 vols. 12.10. 11. 4s.
Sermons on the Public Means of Grace; the Fasts and Festivals of the Church; on Seripture Characters, and various Practical Subjects. By the late Right Rev, Theodore Dehon, D.D. Rector of St. Michael's Church, Charleston; and Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of South Carolina. Together with some Account of the Author, and a Sermon preached on Occasion of his Death. 2 vols. 8vo. 11. 1s.
lastitutes of Theology ; or a Coucise System of Divinity. With a Reference onder each Article to some of the principal Authors who have treated of the Subjects particularly and fully. By Alexander Ranken, D.D, one of the Ministers of Glasgow.' 8vo. 145.
Sermons, delivered chiefly in the Chapel of the East India College. By the Rev. Charles Webb Le Bas, a.m. Professor of Mathematics in the East Iudia College, Herts, &c. 8vo. 10s. 6d.
A Letter on the reputed Immateriality of the Soul, with Strictures on the Rev. T. Rennell's “ Reinarks on Scepticism," and including a Brief Defence of Mr. Lawrence, against the Imputations thrown out upon him in that Work. By a Clergyman of the Established Church 3s.
Considerations on the Subject of Calvinism; and a Short Treatise on Regeneration Designed for the Use of such as feel interested in the Jaquiry whether Calvinismu be or be not the Doctrine of the Bible and of the Church of England. By William Bruce Knight, A.M. Chancellor of Llandaff Cathedral, and Exas mining Chaplain to the Lord Bishup of Llandaff, 8vo. 6sa
The Protestant Church alone Faithful in reading the Word of God: proved in a Contrast with that of Rome. By the Hon. and Rev. E. J. Turnour, A.M. Member of St. Mary Hall, Oxford, and Chaplain to the Dowager Countess of Winterton. 25
Two Sermons on Ezekiel, Chap. iii. Ver. 17-19, and Deut, Chap. xxx. Ver, 19, 20. preached in the Church of St. Helen's, Abingdon, on September 30, 1821, and March 17, 1822. By the Rev. Charles Sumner, M.A. one of His Majesty's Domestic Chaplains, and late Vicar of St. Helen's, Abingdon. Is. 62.
The Letters of Amicus Protestans to William Wilberforce, Esq. M.P. to which is added, and Answer to Melancthon, his Vindicator; demonstrating the Incon sistency of a Protestant Christian, and the Impolicy of a British Legislator, i advocating the Roman Catholic Claims. 5s. 6d.
A Treatise on the Sabbath ; or Illustrations of the Nature, Obligations, Change, Proper Observance, and Spiritual Advantages of that Holy Day. By the Rer. Juhu Glen, Minister of the Chapel in Portobello. 12mo. 55.
The Episcopal Oath of Allegiance to the Pope, in the Church of Rome : Containing the Oath both in its original and its latest Form; the latter translated into English, with some Remarks in Particular opon what is called the Persecu. ting Clause. By Catholicus. 29.
An Inquiry whether the Disturbances in Ireland hare originated in Tithes, or can be suppressed by a Commutation of them. By S. N. 2s. 6d.
A Letter from an Irish Dignitary to an English Clergyman, ou the Subject of Títhes in Ireland, written during the Administration of the Mute of Bedford, with the Addition of soine Observations and Notes, suggested by the present State of this momentous Question. 2s.6d.
A Comparative Estiinate of the Mineral and Mosaical Geologies. By Granville Penn, Esq. 8vo. 12s.
Lectures on the Reciprocal Obligations of Life; or a Practical Exposition of Domestic, Ecclesiastical, Patriotic, and Mercantile Duties. By John Morrison, Minister of Trevor Chapel, Brompton. 12mo. 7s.
Prayers, intended as a Supplement to the Collects of the Established Church. By the Rev. J. C. Nicolson, M.A. late of St. John's College, Cambridge. 12mo. '3s.
Oriental Literaturo, applied to the Illustration of the Sacred Scriptures; especially with Reference to Antiquities, Traditions and Manners; collected from the most celebrated Writers and Travellers, Ancient and Modern. Designed as a Sequel to Oriental Customs. By the Rev. Samuel Burder, A.M.2 vols. 8vo.
Christian Researches in the Mediterranean, from 1815 to 1820, in furtherance of the Objects of the Church Missionary Society. By the Rev. W. Jowett, M.A. one of the Society's Representatives, and late Fellow of St. John's College, Cardbridge. 8vo. With Maps. 10s.
Eight Lectures ou the Offices of the Church of England. By the Rev. Edward Berens, M.A. late Fellow of Oriel College. 12mo. 2s.
A Sermon, preached at the Spital, on Easter Tuesday, 1892, before the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, the Sheriffs, &c. &c. &c. By Charles Goddard, D.D., Rector of St. James, Garlick Hythe, in the Vintry Ward, London ; Archdeacon and Prebendary of Lincoln, and Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty. 8vo. 1s. 6d.
Practical and Familiar Sermons, designed for Parochial and Domestic Instruction. By the Rev. Edward Cooper, Rector of Hamstall-Bidware, and of Yoxal), in the County of Stafford, and late Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford. Volume 6. 12mo. 6%.
Essay on lofluence of a Moral Life on our Judgment of Matters of Faith, to which the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge and Church Union in the Diocese of St. David's, adjudged its Premium for 1821. By the Rev. Samuel Charles Wilks, A.M. Author of Christian Essays, &c. 2s. 6d.
Easter; or a Manual explanatory of the Latin Words and Phrases, and other appropriate Terms of the Church Service in the Book of Common Prayer, with some Account of the Days and Seasons therein appointed to be observed. By • Layman. foolscap 8vo. 2s. 6d. 18mo. 9d.
MEDICAL A Practical Treatise on the Diseasos of the Eye. By John Vetch, M.D. F.R.S.E. Member of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, and the Medico Chirurgie cal Society of London. 8vo. 108. 6d. · The Way to preserve Health, invigorate a delicate Constitution, and attain an advanced Age;' together with a Treatise on domestic Medicine, divested of professional Terms, &c. &c. By Robert Thomas, M.D. 8vo. 155.
The Use of the Blowpipe, in Chemical Analyses, and in the Examination of Minerals. By J. J. Berzelius, Member of the Academy of Stockholm, &c. &c. and translated from the French of M. Fresnel. By J. G. Children, F.R.S. Loo. don and Edinburgh, F.L.S. &c. With a Sketch of Berzelius' System of Minera. logy, a Synoptic Table of the principal Characters of the pure Earths and metallic Oxides, before the Blowpipe ; and numerous Notes and Additions, by the TransJator. 8vo. 12s,
Statistical Account of Upper Canada, compiled with a view
to a grand System of Emigration, in Connexion with a Reform of the Poor Laws. By Robert Gourlay. 3 vols. 8vo. With Maps. 21. 28.
Two Years' Residence in the Settlement of the English Prairie, in the Illinois Country, United States; with an Account of its Animal and Vegetable Produce tions, Agriculture, &c. A Description of the principal Towns, Villages, &c. with the Habits and Customs of the Back-Woodsmen. By John Woods. 8vo. 10s. 6d.
A few Days in Athens, being the Translation of a Greek Manuscript, discovered in Herculaneum. By Frances Wright. 8vo. 6s.
A Dissertation on the Topography of the Plain of Troy, including an Examination of the Opinions of Demetrius, Chevalier, Dr. Clarke, and Major Rennell. By Charles Maclaren. 8vo. 9s.
An Account of the Fishes found in the River Ganges and its Branches, By Francis Hamilton, (formerly Buchanan) M.D. F.R.S.L. and E. &c. "Royal 410. with Engravings. 51. 55.
Journal of a Visit to some Parts of Ethiopia. By George Waddington, Esq. Pellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, and the Rev. Barnard Hanbary, of Jesus College, A.M. P.P.S. 4to. With Engravings. 21.
Travels in Georgia, Persia, Armenia, Ancient Babylonia, &c. &c. during the Years 1817, 1818, 1819, 1820. By Sir Robert Ker Porter. Vol. 2. with Engravings of Portraits, Costumes, &c. 4to.
Travels along the Mediterranean and Parts adjacent; in Company with the Earl of Belmore, during the Years 1816-17-18: extending as far as the second Cataract of the Nile, Jerusalem, Damascus, Balbec, &c. illustrated by Plans and other Engravings. By Robert Richardson, M.D. Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians in London. % vols. 8vo. 11. 4s.
Illustrations, historical and critical, of the Life of Lorenzo de Medici, called the Magnificent; with an Appendix of original and other Documents. By Wils liam Roscoe. 8vo. 14s.
Reminiscences of Charles Butler, Esq. of Lincoln's-lun. 8vo. 8s. 6d.
A Letter to the Earl of Liverpool, on Agricultural Distress; its Extent, Cause, and Remedy. By an Old Tory. 1s.
Rerolationary Causes ; with a brief Notice of some late Publications; and a Postscript, containing Strictures on Cain, &c. 8vo.
Substance of the Speech of the Right Hon. Frederick Robinson, on moving the Resolution to bring in Two Bills, for regulating the latercourse between the West ladies and other Parts of the World. 1s.
On Protection to Agriculture. By David Ricardo, Esq. M.P. 8vo. 3s.
Recollections and Reflections, personal and political, as connected with public Affairs døring the Reiga of George the Third. By John Nicholls, Esq. Member of the House of Commons in the 15th, 16th, and 18th Parliaments of Great Britain. vol. 2. 8vo. 78.
The Guahiba, a Tale. By the Hon. and Rev. Ww. Herbert. 8vo. 3s. The Bridal of Coalchairn, and other Poems. By John Hay Allan, Esq. 8vo. 12s.
Brighton Profiles; or Likenésses drawn in Rhymes. To bis Brother Charles, By T. Traverse, Esq. from bis Observatory on the Stegne. 8vo. 35, 6d. May Day of the Muses. By Robert Bloomfield. As.
Memorial of a Tour on the Continent, 1820. By W. Wordsworth, Esq. 8vo. 6s. 6d.
Ecclesiastical Sketches, in 3 Parts. By W. Wordsworth, Esq. 8vo. 6s. 6d. Poetical Essays. By A. J. Masonr. 8vo. 8s.
The Court of Tuscany, a Tragedy. The Heir of Innes, a Tragedy. 8vo. 75.
Catiline, a Tragedy, in Five Acts, with other Poems. By the Rev. Geo. Croly, A.M. 8vo. gs. 6d.
An Apology for the Life of Colley Cibber, Comedian, containing an historical View of the Stage in his own linie, with copious Accounts of the Actors and theatrical Events with which he was connecied, at its most interesung Era Enlarged by about two hundred Notes upon the Biography, Criticismu, Narraure, and Anecdote of the Author, and furnished exclusively with a Preface and lades. By Edmund Bellchanbers. 8vo. With a Portrait. 12s,
The Lollards, a Tale. By the Author of " The Mystery," &c. 3 vols. 1l. 1s.
Legends of Scotland. First Series. Containing Fair Helen of Kirkonnel aud Roslin Castle. By Ronald M'Chronicle, Esq. 3 vols. 12mo. 16s. 6d, · Clavering Tower, By Rosalia St. Clair, Author of “ The Blind Beggar," &c. 4 vols. 11. 2s.
Chinese Novels, translated from the Original. To which are added, Prorerbs, and moral Maxims, collected from their classical Books and other Sources; the whole prefaced by Observations on the Language and Literature of China. By Juha F. Davis, F.R.S. 8vo. 85. 6d.
The Unitarian Christian's Apology for seceding from the Communion and d'oro ship of Trinitarian Caurches; a Discourse, of which the Substance was delivered in Lewin's Mead Chapel, Bristol, on the 6th of January, 1822. With Notes, and an Appendix. By S. C. Fripp, B.A. late of Queen's College, Cambridge. 1s. 6d.
Reports of Cases in the High Court of Clancery, during the Time of Lord Elion. Vol. xix. Part IV. with Indexes and Names of Cases, concluding the Work. By Francis Vesey, Esq. Barrister at Law. 12s.
Substance of the Speech delivered in the House of Commons, on the 20th of February, 1822, by Lord Archibald Hamilton, on a Motion for going into a Come mittee of the whole House, on the Subject of the Royal Burglis of Scotland. With a Dedication to the Burgesses of the said Burghs. 2s.
Practical Observations on Mr. Ricardo's Principles of Political Economy and Taxation. Bp John Stuckley Reynolds, Esq, 8vo.
Letter of Sir Robert Wilson to ile Electors of Southwark, containug bis State. ment in the House of Commons; with a Letter of Lord Erskine to J. G. Lamba tor, Esq. M.P.
Some Passages in the Life of Mr. Adam Blair, Minister of the Gospel at Cros Mickle. 8vo. 10s. 60.
The Conversational Preceptor, in French and English, consisting of useful Plirases, arranged under distinci Heads, on a new and more simple Plan than any hitherto atiempted. By J L. Mabire, of Paris, Professor of Languages. To which are added, Amusing Dialogues on various Subjects of General Intereste By M. Le Blanc. 6s.6d. half hound. Memorauda, illustrative
of the Tombs and sepulchral Decorations of the Egyp: tians; with a Key to the Tomb now exhibiting in Piccadilly. Also Remarks ou Mummies, and Observations on Embalming. Post 8vo. with a Plate. 45
French Reinembrancer ; or a New and easy Method of recollecting the Genders of the French Nouns Substantives by Means of a complete Analytical Vocabulary of all French Nouns, alphabetically arranged according to iheir Ternina. livus, and interspersed with short familiar Exercises. By D. Builcau. 1200. 89 Hours of Contemplation ; or, Essays Philosophical, Literary, and Descriptive. Containing an Essay towards a pluilosophical Inquiry into the revival of Letters in Europe. On the Pleasures which are wont to accompany the moral Study of Man. Hints on the first Principles of Education, &c. By E. Phillips, jun. 12mo. 6s.
Evenings in Autumn; a Series of Essays, Narrative and Miscellaneous. By Nathan Drake, M D. 2 vols. 8vo. 11. 15.
The Miscellaneous Tracts of the late William Withering, M.D. F.R.S. Member of the Royal Academy of Sciences at Lisbon, Fellow of the Linnean Society, Author of "" The Botanical Arrangement of British Plants," &c. To which is prefixed a Memoir of his Life, Character, and Writings. By William Withering, Esq. F.L.S. 2 vols. 8vo. 11. 7%.
The Rules and Orders of the Court for Relief of Insolvent Debtors, and Regulations of the Office ; also a List of the Officers; the London and Country Aitorneys, with the Agents of the latter, corrected to the present l'ime; a Table of the Fees, &c. &c, and an Appendix containing a new and most useful Summary of the Insolveut Debtors' Act, (1 Geo. 4. c. 119.) with copious marginal Notes ; occasional Notes of Cases, and an Index. 8vo. 3s.
Philanthropia Metropolitana ; a View of the charitable Institutions established iu and near London, chiefly during the last twelve Years. By A. Highmore, Esq. Anthor of " Pietas Londinensis,” &c. &c. 8vo. 14s.
Lacon : or many Things in few Words; addressed to those who think. By the Rev. C. Colton, A.M. late Fellow of King's College, Cambridge ; Author of
Hypocrisy, a Satire; « Moscos, a Poem;" • Critical Renyarks on Lord Byron," &c. &c. vol. 2. 8vo. 7s.
The Broad Stune of Honour; or Rules for the Gentlemen of England. 12mo. 78. 64. <A Treatise on Tennis. By a Member of the Tennis Club.
Ahstracts and Extracts of Sinith's Lives of the Berkeleys, illustrative of ancient Mauners and the Constitution; including all the Pedigrees in that ancient Manuscript. To which are annexed a copious History of the Castle and Manor of Berkeley, coisisting of Matter never before published, and biographical Anecdotes of Dr. Jenner, &c. By Thomas Dudley Fosbrooke, M.A. F.S.A. Author of “ British Monachism," &c. 4to. 11. 55.
WORKS IN TIIE PRESS. Hortus Anglicus: or, the Modern English Garden : containing an easy Description of all the Plants which are cul, tivated in the Climate of South Britain, either for Use or Ornament, and of a Selection from the established Favourites of the Stove and Greenhouse; arranged according to the System of Linnæus ; including his generic and specific Characters; with Remarks on the Properties of the more valuable Species. By the Author of the British Botanist: will soon be ready.
Eighteen Sermons, intended to establish the inseparable Connection between the Doctrines and the Practice of Christianity, are printing in a small Volume, and will appear in a few Days. They will be dedicated, by Permission, to the Bishop of St. David's.