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A NEW DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE,

by CHARLES RICHARDSON.

This work consists of two large quarto volumes, upon the composition of which the author has been employed for more than 20 years: and though the expense of publication has exceeded the sum of 60001, it is published at the moderate price of 5 guineas. The two volumes contain nearly 2300 pages of 3 columns each, closely yet clearly and beautifully printed. It combines the two branches, hitherto kept separate, of Etymology and Explanation.

KANT'S CRITICK, AN INVESTIGATION OF Pure Reason. Trans

lated from the German.

In 2 volumes 8vo.
A HISTORY OF ENGLISH RHYTHMS from the Fifth Century

downwards, by Edwin Guest, Esq. Fellow of Caius College,
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It is said by such as professe the mathematicall sciences, that all things stand by proportion, and that without nothing could stand to be good or beautiful.”—Puttenham Arte of English Poesie, lib. 2. c. 1.

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POEMS BY JOHN MOULTRIE, Author of “ My Brother's

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A small volume of such decided excellence as to give the author at once a distinguished station amongst the younger poets of the day.'

Quarterly Review, No. 117.

In 2 vols. foolscap 8vo. with Portrait, and View of Bemerton Church,

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THE WORKS OF THE REV. GEORGE HERBERT. Now

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Herbert; and two Original Poems, never before printed. With
Notes by S. T. COLERIDGE.

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WORKS BY S. T. COLERIDGE.

ON THE CONSTITUTION OF CHURCH AND STATE, ac-

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LITERARY REMAINS, edited by Henry Nelson COLERIDGE,

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CONTENTS-Fall of Robespierre ; additional Poems, never before printed ;

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MEMOIRS OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE, by JAMES

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PHANTASMION; A TALE.
A charming tale of Fairy fiction. The exuberance of fancy in this
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and in the vast collection of imagery from nature, animal and vegetable,
there are none of those deviations from truth,-none of those strange mis-
takes which are so frequent in the works of those who think it their duty to
impart knowledge before they have acquired it.”—Gentleman's Magazine.

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Just published, in 2 vols. 4to. price Five Guineas.
A NEW DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE,

BY CHARLES RICHARDSON.
This work consists of two large quarto volumes, upon the composition of which the author
has been employed for more than 20 years : and though the expense of publication has
exceeded the sum of 60001. it is published at the moderate price of 5 guineas. The two
volumes contain nearly 2300 pages of 3 columns each, closely yet clearly and beautifully
printed. It combines the two branches, hitherto kept separate, of Etymology and Expla-
nation.

WALTON AND COTTON'S COMPLETE ANGLER,
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PRACTICAL DISCOURSES on all the PARTS and OFFICES

of the LITURGY of the CHURCH of ENGLAND, by the Rev. MATTHEW
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MALTHUS ON POLITICAL ECONOMY.

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every where introduced. A most interesting addition to the present volume is a Memoir of
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