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will BE Published BY
LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, & BROWN, PATER Noste R-row,
IN THE course of the PRESENT SEAsoN.
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(The 3ncient 3rchitecture of Öreat 5titain,
By WILSON LOWRY and EDWARD BLORE.
The Selection of Subjects for this Work will be made from the choicest Architectural Remains in this Country, and will consist of such as may be deemed best adapted to illustrate the rise, progress, and revolutions of the various styles which distinguish its Ecclesiastical and Military Edifices. It is proposed to give Perspective Views, either of whole Buildings or of parts; and where further explanation appears necessary, to add Plans and Elevations. The most beautiful, or the peculiar Ornaments of each, will be executed separately on a larger Scale; and few Subjects will be introduced which will not be accompanied by Sections of the Mouldings from accurate Admeasurement,-a Feature of the Work which will, it is presumed, render it particularly useful to the Artist or Antiquarian, who may wish to study correctly the Spirit of our Ancient Architecture. As it is the principal Design of this Work to represent faithfully the Architecture of the various Structures selected for its Embellishment, no Liberty will be allowed to interfere with this Object, either for the sake of improving the Composition, or under any other Pretext; but sensible as the Editors are of the Advantage of combining picturesque effect with accurate Drawing, and of the Improvement of which a fine Building is susceptible by the Addition of its adjacent Landscape, no Opportunity will be lost of uniting the beauties of Architecture Landscape and rich Effect in the same Piece. The Work will be published in Numbers, and will commence with the principal Remains of Roman Architecture. The Historical Part will be drawn up with the strictest regard to Accuracy; and the Descriptive, with which it will be connected, will be the Result of a careful and minute Examination of the Objects introduced. The Engravings will be executed in the best Style, which the present improved State of the Art will admit, by Messrs. Lowry, Landseer, J. Roffe, G. Cooke, J. Le Keux, Lee, Porter, &c. after Original Drawings by Messrs. Blore, Nash, Turner, Warley, and other eminent Artists.
2 A JOURNEY through PERSIA, ASIA MINOR, &c.
In the Years 1808 and 1800. Commencing at BOMBAY, and terminating at CONSTANTINOPLE. *
In which is included some Account of His Majesty's Mission under Sir Harford Jones, Bart. H. C. to the Court of the King of Persia.
By JAMES MORRIER, Esq.
THE PRESENT STATE of IRELAND.
exhibiting a View of the Geography, Natural Productions, Indian Tribes, present State of the Population, &c. of these interesting Countries.
Undertaken in the Years 1805, 1806, 1807, by order of the Government of the United States, *
By MAJOR Z. M. PIKE.
- 5 A PICTURESQUE VOYAGE TO INDIA, BY THE WAY OF CHINA. . By THOMAS DANIELL, R.A. and WILLIAM DANIELL, A. R. A.
Comprising fifty coloured Prints, neatly mounted, with Narrative and Descriptive
AN HISTORICAL TOUR THROUGH
HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF THE SOUTH OF INDIA, In an Attempt to trace the History of Mysoor, from the Origin of the Hindoo Government of that State to the Extinction of the Mohammedan Dynasty in 1799:
founded chiefly on Indian Authorities, collected by the Author while officiating for several Years as Political Resident at the Court of Mysoor.
By Lieut. Colonel MARK WILKS.
8 HISTORY OF SUMATRA. 4. By WILLIAM MARSDEN, Esq. - The Second Edition. In One Volume, Quarto. With an Ati,As of Plates.
Q * THE HISTORY OF EUROPE, FROM THE PEACE OF 1783 TO THE PRESENT TIME. By JOHN BIGLAND. "... " In Two Volumes, Octavo.
... " HISTORY OF BRAZIL. - By ROBERT SOUTHEY.
Volume the Second.
“Something more than the title promises is comprised in the present work. It relates the foundation and progress of the adjacent Spanish Provinces, the affairs of which are in latter times inseparably connected with those of Brazil. The subject may therefore be considered as including the whole tract of country between the rivers Plata, Paraguay, and Orellana, or the Amazons, and extending Eastward towards Peru, as far as the Portuguese have extended their settlements or their discoveries.”
A COLLECTION of VOYAGES and TRAVELS in ASIA,
Being the second Portion of a ‘General Collection of Voyages and Travels;” forming a complete History of the Origin and Progress of Discovery, by Sea and Land, from the earliest Ages to the present Time. Preceded by an Historical Introduction, and critical Catalogue of Books of Voyages and Travels, and illustrated and adorned with numerous Fngravings.
By J O HN PIN KERTON. o - In Four Volumes, Quarto.
From the Building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth.
From the Foundation of Rome to the Battle of Actium.
14 THE HISTORY of the ROMAN EMPERORS;
From Augustus to Constantine.
THE ARABIAN NIGHTS’ ENTERTAIN-
From the Version of Galland, carefully revised, and occasionally corrected with the Arabic. To which are added, Thirty-five new Tales, now first translated from an Arabic Copy of the One Thousand and One Nights, brought to Europe by Flward Wortley Montague, Esq. Also an Introduction and Notes, illustrative of the Religion, Manners, Customs, Domestic Habits, &c. of the Mahommedans.
By JONATHAN SCOTT, LL.D. Oxford. Late Oriental Professor at the Royal Military and East India Colleges, &c. &c.
In demy and post Octavo, with fine Engravings after Pictures by Smirke. Also
in royal Eighteens, without the Plates.
16 TALES OF THE EAST,
Collated with the Original or early Translations, and now first arranged in one uniform Edition. By HENRY WEBER, Esq.
In three Volumes, royal Octavo, double columns. Printed with a new Type, in the most elegant manner.
*...* These Volumes contain upwards of One Thousand Stories; and comprise, besides a number of original Translations, and Reprints of scarce and little-known Eastern Romances, the whole of the Arabian, Persian, Turkish, Mogul, Tartarian, and Chinese Tales published, which, from their merit, are entitled to find a place in the Collection. From the form of the Volumes, each of which will contain, in quantity, upwards of Six common Demy Octavos—the rarity of the greater part of the materials—and the beauty and clearness of the Type, the Publishers flatter themselves the present Work may be considered the most compact and complete Library of Eastern Romance which has yet been produced.
Of the LIFE, WRITINGS, and CORRESPONDENCE of the late
Together with a Selection from his hitherto unpublished Essays; with an engraved Portrait.
By ROBERT KERR, F. R. S. and F. A. S. Edinburgh.
With very considerable Alterations and Improvements, and brought down to the present Time.
By Sir SAMUEL EGERTON BRYDGES. 10 A BIOGRAPHICAL PEERAGE of the EMPIRE of GREAT BRITAIN;
In which are Memoirs and Characters of the most celebrated Persons of each
20 WAVERLY, or, TIS SIXTY YEARS SINCE:
A Novel. In Three Volumes, Duodecimo.