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The Philosophy of Elocution elucidated and exemplified by readings of the Liturgy of the Church; for the use of young Clergymen and Students who are preparing for Holy Orders. By James Wright, of Magdalen Hall, Oxford. 8vo. 12s.
The Civil and Constitutional History of Rome, from its foundation to the age of Augustus. By Henry Bankes, Esq. M. P. 2 vols. 8vo. 11. 4s.
The History of the British Revolution of 1688-9, recording all the Events connected with that transaction in England, Scotland, and Ireland, down to the Capitulation of Limerick in 1691, in the last of these kingdoms inclusive. By George Moore, Esq. 8vo. 14s.
An Account of the War in Spain, Portugal, and France, from the year :808 to 1814 inclusive, illustrated by plates. By Lieut. Colonel J. T. Jones, Royal Engineers. 8vo. 15s. boards.
An Essay on Abstracts of Title, to facilitate the Study and the Application of the First Principles and General Rules of the Laws of Property, stating in the detail the Duty of Solicitors in Preparing, &c. and of Counsel in advising on Abstracts of Title. By Richard Preston, Esq. Barrister at Law. Part III. royal 8vo. 12s.
The Justice Law for the last five years: being supplementary to the several creatises on the office and duties of a justice of the peace, by Burn, Williams, and Dickinson: comprehending the statutes and decided cases relating thereto, to the conclusion of the session of 57 Geo. III. with additional precedents. By William Dickinson, Esq. Barrister at Law, and one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace. 8vo. 11. 55.
A short Digest of the Law and Practice in Bankruptcy; including a statement of the Commissioners' authority to summon and examine witnesses, and others, under cumınissions of bankrupt; with a reference to all the material
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Modern Maladies and Present State of Medicine. The anniversary oration delivered before the Medical Society of London, and published at their request. By D. Uwins, M.D. 2s.
Practical Illustrations of the Scarlet Fever, Measles, Pulmonary Consumption, and Chronic Diseases, termed nervous, bilious, stomachic, and the like. With observations on the efficacy of sulphureous waters in various complaints. By John Armstrong, M.D. 8vo. 148.
A Treatise on Blood Letting in Fevers. By J. Van Rotterdam, Physician
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MILITART. Standing Orders of an Esta' listment fur Instructing the Junior O cers and the Von-commissioned Orcers and So.diers of the Royal Ergineer De. partaient, in their Duties in the Fie.d. By C. W. Pasies, Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Eugineers, F.R.S. and Director of the said Estabusdment 3ro.
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Memoires et Correspondance de Madame D'Epinay, où elle donne des détails sur ses liaisons avec Duclos, J. J. Rousseau, Grimm, Diderot, le Baron d'Holbach, Saint Lambert, Madame d'Houdetot et autres personnages cièbres du dix-huitieme siècle. Ouvrage renfermant un grand nombre de Lettres inédites de Grimm, de Diderot et de J. J. Rousseau, lesquelles servent d'éclaircissement et de correcuit aus Confessions de ce dernier. S vols. Sro. 11. 10s.
The Rights of Property vindicated, against the Claims of l'niversal Soffraze; with an analysis of the principle of property, and new views of constitutional interest and general policy. By Robert Fellowes, A.M. Oxon. Svo. 55.
The Transactions of the Wernerian Society. Vol. II. Part II. for the years 1814–15–10–17. Illustrated by pine engravings, six of them coloured. bro. 105.
An Inquiry whether Crime and Misery are produced or prevented by nur Present System of Prison Discipline, illustrated by a Description of the Brough Compter, Tothill-felds, the Gaols at St. Albans and Guildford, the Gaol at Bury, the Maison de Force at Ghent, the Philadelphia Prison, the Penitentiary at Milbank, and the Proceedings of the Ladies' Committee at Newgate. By Thomas Fowell Buxton. 8vo.3s.
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PHILOLOGY. A Dictionary of the Chinese Language. By the Rev. Robert Morrison, D.D. Parts I. and II.
A Grammar of the Chinese Language. 4to. 11. 11s. 6d.
Dialogues and Detached Sentences in the Chinese Language, with a free and verbal Translation in English. Royal 8vo. 12s.
Tasso's Jerusalem Delivered, with Notes and occasional Illustrations. Translated by the Rev.J. H. Hunt, late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. 2 vols. 8vo. 11. 10s.
Llewelyu ap Jorwerth, in five Cantos. By W. E. Meredith, Esq. 5s.
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The Substance of the Speech delivered by the Chancellor of the Exchequer,
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The Testimony of Natural Theology to Christianity. By Thomas Gisborne, M.A.
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Essays on the Wisdom of God. By the Rev. Daniel Tyerman. 8vo. 10s."
Apocrypha to Macklin's Bible, which completes the Edition of the Sacred Scriptures, begun by the late Mr. Macklin. 181. 18s.
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The Narrative of an Expedition to explore the River Zaire, usually called Congo, in South Africa, in 1816, under the direction of Captain J. H. Tuckey, R. N. Published by Permission of the Lords Commissioners of the Adiniralty. Witb Fourteen Plates. 4to. 21. 29.
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Now Publishing at Macao, in China, A DICTIONARY OF THE CHINESE LANGUAGE;
TO CONSIST OF THREE PARTS.
First, Chinese and English, arranged according to the Radicals; next English
and Chinese; and lastly, Chinese and English, arranged Alphabetically. The First Part will contain about Twenty Numbers, and the other Parts taken together, nearly the same, making about Forty Numbers in all. These are to be sold at Half-a-Guinea each number. Two Numbers are already Published. Several years will be required to complete the remainder.
SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL BE RECEIVED, IN LONDON,
By Black, PARBURY, AND ALLEN, LEADENIALL STREET. Persons who wish to do so may Subscribe to the First Part only; it will be a complete Chinese Dictionary in itself, containing about Forty Thousand Characters. It contains many Quotations from the Chinese Classics, and other original works, which illustrate the opinions and usages of ihat People.
The Author of the above Work, the Rev. R. Morrison, has directed his attention to the collection of Materials for it during the last ten years. The Honourable the East India Company has generously undertaken the whole expense of Printing and Paper for an Edition of Seven Hundred and Fifty Copies, of which Six Hundred and Fifty Copies are given to the Author, to be disposed of, as a remuneration for the very considerable labour which he has bestowed upon it, and which he must continue to bestow, should Divine Providence grant him life and health, till the whole be completed.
From a misunderstanding on the part of Mr. Morrison's Friends, in England, they have promised that the whole should not exceed Ten Guineas. To those who have already Subscribed on the faith of this the promise will be inviolably adhered to. But, at the present price, viz. Half-a-Guinea a Number, which is very moderate, for a Work that contains so much of the Chinese Character, Twenty Numbers will amount to Ten Guineas, which is only one half of what the Three Parts are expected to make; the other balf then must be given for nothing, or the Author must depart from bis original fulness of definition, which would render the Work comparatively of little value. He purposes, however, to persevere in the same method which he has bitherto observed, in the hope of facilitating to Englishmen, and to the Western World, the acquisition of the Chinese Language; which, whether viewed in itself; its peculiar structure; or with respect to its antiquity; its having been for nearly 4000 years the Language of so large a portion of the human species; and its still being the written medium, in Private and in Public Life; in Literature, in Arts and in Government, of the most extensive Empire on earth;-viewed in any, or in all of these respects, it seems to deserve the attention of every inquisitive and curious mind.
It is therefore to be understood, that the whole Work will be faithfully sent to those who have already Subscribed, and for the Price stated by Mr. Morrison's Friends, viz. Ten Guineas; but to those who may Subscribe after the Publication of this Notice, the Work will be Sold at Half-a-Guinea a Number. If the Work should exceed Forty Numbers no charge will be made for those above that. It shall not cost the Subscribers more than Twenty Guineas.
Canton, China, November 3, 1817.
VOL. XVIII. NO. XXXVI.