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tion for press, Observations on some parts It is proposed to publish, by subscription, of Italy during the autumn of 1818; with the Plans, Elevations, Sections, and De- occasional notices, agricultural and minerascription, of the Pauper Lunatic Asylum logical. lately erected at Wakefield, for the West The English Gradus, or Synopsis of riding of Yorkshire; by Watson and Pritch English Poetry, on a plan nearly similar to ett, architects, York. They are to consist the Latin Gradus, is in the press. of nine whole sheet or folio plates, in the A Tour to Claremont, by a Clergyman, first style of line engraving ; by Lowry and with reflections suggested on the occasiori, Landseer, and printed on the best medium serving to illustrate the peculiar genius, paper, in extra boards. The description character, and pursuits of the late Princess will include an enlarged edition of practical Charlotte. hints on the construction and economy of The Life of Sir Christopher Wren, which Pauper Lunatic Asylums; by Samuel Tuk; will contain the whole of the Parentalia. written originally to illustrate the instruc The Rev. Mr Bland is printing Geome. tions given to the architects who prepared trical Problems, deducible from the first designs for the West-riding Asylum. six books of Euclid, arranged and solved,
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Discourses and Dissertations, by the Rev. of St Petersburgh, with the last export and Dr Booker, vicar of Dudley. The profits import regulations. of this publication are intended to be applied A new edition of Bishop Marsh's Transtowards rebuilding the author's Parishlation of Michaelis's Introduction to the Church, now almost completed.
Study of the New Testament, will appear The History and Antiquities of the parish in a few weeks. of Edmonston; by Wm. Robinson, F.S.A. Speedily will be published, a Synopsis of
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The Rev. H. D. Morgan is printing Eight Mr James Ilbery is collecting materials Sermons preached before the University of with a view to publish a History of Waltham Oxford in 1819 at the Bampton Lecture. Abbey, Essex, from the earliest period to A History of the County of Northum. the present time, with Biographical Notices berland, in six quarto volumes, may shortly of the various eminent characters either born be expected from the pen of the Rev. John there, or that have held high appointments Hodgson, of Jarrow. in the Abbey. Translations from records Mrs Taylor, of Ongar, has in the press, in the Tower, &c. &c.
the Family Mansion, a Tale. In the press, and speedily will be pub A new edition of the Letters between lished, the Spectator in a Stage Coach. Mrs Carter and Miss Talbot, the four vo
A new edition of Sermons on the Loss of lumes printed in three, will be speedily pabFriends.
lished. A new volume of Rivington's Annual Re Elements of Greek Prosody and Metre, gister, being the volume for the year 1808, compiled from the treatises of Hephæstion, will be published in a few weeks, and will Herman, and Porson ; by Thomas Webb, soon be followed by another volume of the Esq. are printing in 8vo. former series.
The Rev. R. Warner will shortly publish Antinomianism Unmasked ; by the Rev. a Chronological History of Christ, from the Samuel Chase.
compounded texts of the Evangelists, or the The Duty and Rewards of Industry con- English Diatessaron, with a map of the Holy sidered in select discourses ; by the Rev. Land, explanatory notes, illustrations from Isaac Barrow, D. D.
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upon the subject of the Roman Catholio
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tinent. It contains several additions and The Literary and Ecclesiastical History improvements. of Galloway, from the earliest records to the A new edition of Ruddiman's J.atin Rupresent time; with an Appendix, contain- diments, by Mr Dymock, author of Cæsar, ing copious notices relative to the ancient with notes and index, Ovid, with notes and political state of that district ; by Thomas index, &c. is printing at the University Murray, Preacher of the Gospel.
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