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A Sicilian Story, and other Poems ; with The tenth Number of the New Voyages Don Diego de Montilla, a Spanish Tale. and Travels, will contain Prior's Voyage by Barry Cornwall.

from Calcutta to Java and the Spice Islands. Dramatic Scenes, Second Edition ; by the The History and Antiquities of Kensing. same author.

ton ; by Thomas Faulkner. Characters of the living British Novelists, Preparing for publication, by Thomas with Specimens of their Works ; together Phillips, Esq. Parochial Collections for with a critical account of Novels published Oxfordshire, compiled from the writings of anonymously, or under fictitious names. Wood, Tindall, &c.

Inesilla ; by the Author of “ Altham Mr Oxley's Journal of an Expedition in and his Wife.”

Terra Australis, with plates, will soon apIsabel, a Novel; by Charles Lloyd, Au. pear. thor of " Edmund Oliver,” and Translator The second volume of the Transactions of of “ Alfieri.”

the Literary Society of Bombay, illustrated Prometheus, a Poem; by Percy Bysshe with engravings. Shelley

A second volume of Sermons ; by Mr A Literary Miscellany, to be continued Faber. annually, commencing with the year 1820. On the 1st of January next will be pub. This Work will consist of a variety of new lished, No I. of two weekly literary Papers, Articles in prose and verse, by some of the to be continued in numbers and parts. The best living Authors ; together with Extracts one stamped for foreign and country cirfrom the strenuous and imaginative Writers culation, to be called the New Literary Gawho flourished before the Commonwealth, zette. The other not stamped, for town and who are little known to the general sale, to be called the London Literary GaReader.

zette, to be edited by J. Polidori, Esq. M. D. As this Work will have no reference to F. R. S., and Dr Pittman of Oxford, assistPolitics or Polemics, it may perhaps afford ed in the foreign department by Dr Frank a channel for the communications of literary of Vienna, &c. Gentlemen who are unwilling to have their The Natural History of British Quadru. writtings surrounded by the fever and bit- peds, with figures, Part I., by E. Donovan, terness of party dispute.

F. L. S. W. S. author of the Natural HisAn octavo volume on the Topography tories of British Birds, Fishes, Insects, and Antiquities of Athens, with engravings; Shells, &c. To be completed in three voby Mr Leake.

lumes, royal octavo. A translation of Professor Bredow's Chro. On the 1st of January will be published, nological Tables, in royal folio.

No I. of Mr Ploos 'Von Amstels New An octavo edition of Sharon Turner's Work, with its continuation, consisting of History of the Anglo-Saxons.

100 imitations or fac-similes of drawings A Treatise on Palsy and Epilepsy ; by by the first Dutch masters ; with historical Dr Cooke.

and descriptive accounts, by C. Josi

, large Biblical Criticisms on the Books of the folio. To be completed in twenty numbers. Old Testament, and translations of Sacred Memoires

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Napoleon en 1815. Par M. Fleury de New Pocket Editions of Cowper's Letters Chaboulon, Ex-Sécrétaire de l'Empereur to his Friends, and of his Translation of Napoleon et de son Cabinet, Maître des Homer.

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l'Ordre de la Réunion. 2 tom. 8vo. The Monthly Investigator, or the Efforts A translation of this very interesting of Deists, Infidels, Naturalists, Radicals, Work will appear at the same time. and Socinians, to enlighten and improve Anastasius, or Memoirs of a Greek, writ. mankind, developed and appreciated. ten at the close of the Eighteenth century.

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The adventures and providential deliver. brated Bedowen Chief, Warrior, and Poet, ence of Thomas Eustace of Chinner, Oxon, who flourished a few years prior to the who was shipwrecked off the coast of Ame- Mahommedan Æra. Now first translated rica.

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The History of Parga ; containing an

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GUILT; or the Anniversary ; a tragedy, No II. will be published on the first of Ja. translated from the German of Adolphus nuary. Mülner, by R. P. Gillies, Esq. will speedily The First Book by the Master of Edinbe published as the first of a series of the burgh ; containing the Lothian Shepherds, NEW GERMAN DRAMA.

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