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Church, Northamptonshire. 7. Door pronunciation and meanings. By Chris way and parts at large of the same. 8. topher Earnshaw, anthor of a much. View of the Crypt of St. Peter's Church, approved portable Explanatory ProOxford.

nouncing Dictionary, and an Eoglish The History and Antiquities of the

grammar. Is, 6d. Abbey Church of St. Peter, Westmin- Profitable Amusement for Children ; ster; including Notices and Biographi- or, Familiar Tales; comb ping useful cal Memoirs of the Abbots and Deans of instruction with pleasiog entertainment. that foundation. By Edward Wedlake 18mo. 2s. hall-bound. Brayley. With graphical Illustrations The Metamorphoses, or Effects of (consisting of plans, views, elevations, Education; a l'ale. By the author of sections, and details) by the proprietor, Aunt Mary's Tales, &c. 2s.6d. halfJohn Preston Neale. Vol. I. imperial bound. quarto, 71. 45. royal quarto, 41. 16s. Ipswich Reading Lessons; selected

from the Holy Scriptures, and adapted to the improved system of education,

for instructing both adults and children, A List of the Numbers and Prices of the valuable Library, and collection of

by Richard Dykes Alexander. On 62

folio leaves. Second edition. 10s. 60. in Prints, Drawings, &c. of W. Roscoe, Esq., which were sold at Liverpool in 1816. 8vo. 7s.

Arithmetic in Theory and Practice : Ford (of Manchester)'s Catalogue of

in which every example is original; and a curious and valuable collection of

mercantile computation repd red more books, Is. 60.

easy and concise by the application of decimals, including the principles of mensuration, and a concise system of

algebra. By John Matheson, Royal Advice to the Teens; or Practical

School, Margaret Street, Cavendish Helps towards the formation of one's

Square, 3s. bound. own Character. By Isaac Taylor, Mi. Theory and Practice of Book-keeping, nister of the Gospel at Ongar, 12mo. 5s.

adapted to the capacity of yonth ; also, Outlines of Philosophical Education, remarks on bills and promissory notes; illustrated hy the method of teaching the nature and origin of trade, and the logic, or first class of philosophy, in other information for persons intended the University of Glasgow. By George for business. By John Matheson, auJardine, A. M. F. R. S. E. Professor of

thor of Arithmetic in Theory and Praco, Logic and Rhetoric in that University. tice, 1s. 6d. 8vo. 12s.

The Juvenile Class Book; or, Sequel A Sequel to the French Exercises of

to the Child's Companion ; in four Chambaud, Hamel, Perrin, Wanos

parts, methodically arranged and adapt. trocht, and other Grammars ; being a

ed to the capacities of children who practical guide to translate from English have made some progress in reading. into good French. On a new plan, with By B. W. Putsey, Master of the Clasgrammatical notes. By G. H. Popple- sical and Mathematical School, Picke-, ton. 1 2mo. 3s, bound.

ring. 2s. bound. A Key to Poppleton's French Exercises, 12mo. 2s. 6d.

MEDICINB. Conversations on Algebra ; designed for those who have not the advantage of

On the Nature and 'Treatment of Tea tutor, as well as for the use of students

tapus and Hydrophobia ; with some Obin sebools. By William Cole, 12mo. 78. servations on a natural classification of The Pronouncing Instructor ; or, Ge

diseases in general. By Robert Keid, neral Readers' Assistant in the pronun

M. D. Licentiate of the King and ciation of difficult Greek, Latin, and

Queen's College of Physicians in DubScripture proper names ; the names of

lin, Member of the Royal Medical Soeminent modern artists, and men of

ciety of Edinburgh, &c. 8vo. 75. 60. science; distinguisbed characters and

MISCELLANEOUS, notorious, who have appeared on the theatre of Europe within the last thirty A Concise Description of Endowed years; and geographical names of

Grammar Schools in England and places. To which are added, Latin and Wales. By Nicholas Carlisle, P. R. S. French words and phrases, with their M. R. I. A. & F. & S. S, A. Very elect

gantly printed, with fac-similes of seals, careful examination of the Rev. Thomas &c. 2 vols. 8vo. 21. 16s. boards.

Belsham's Calm Inquiry, and of other ** For the convenience of illustra- Unitarian works on the same subject. tion, a very small number of copies are By John Pye Smith, D. D. Vol. I. 14s. printed on large paper, price 41. 4s. Lectures on the principal Evidences boards.

and the several Dispensations of Revealed A series of Essays on several most im- Religion ; familiarly addressed to young portant new syuters and inventions, persons; with select references to some particularly interesting to the mercan- of the most valuable treatises on each tile and maritime world, snip-builders, subject. By W. Roby, 8vo. 8s. fiue underwriters, &c. By Abraham Bos

paper, 10%. quet, Esq. late one of his Majesty's Com- A complete Survey of Scripture Geomissaries of the Masters. royal 8vo. graphy: containing an Historical AC10s. 6d.

count of Primitive Nations, and of all Histrionic Topography; or, the birth- the countries and people mentioned in places, residences, and funeral monu- sacred history. To which is prefixed, jaents of the most distinguished actors. an introductory essay concerning the Illustrated by engravings, executed by origin, occasion, character, and meanJ. and H Storer, and by historical and ing of each book or writing in the Holy descriptive notices, written by J. Norris Bible; wherein also the most difficult Brewer. 8vo. 12s.

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ply to his Misrepresentation of the GosSketches of Public Characters, a Poem,

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obtained of all the remarkable forms into which human ty has been modified, in the long series of ages, and in all • of the world, a great majority of the intelligent and inog class would probably be eager for the exhibition to be , however unlikely that any of them should live long zh to see the vast disclosure completed. it it might not be altogether absurd to question the wisdom ich a desire. Is any thing, it might be asked, really ,ng to the means and materials already possessed for forming sfactory judgement of the nature of Man? Do not all his vies, bis passions, his principles, stand perfectly manifest

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for instructing A List of the Numbers and prices of the valuable Library, and collection of by Richard Dy

folio leaves. Se Prints, Drawings, &c. of W. Roscoe,

a case. Esq, which were sold at Liverpool in

Arithmetic in 1816. 8vo. 7s.

in which every Ford (of Manchester) 's Catalogue of a curious and valuable collection of

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easy and conei

decimals, incluir
EDUCATION.

mensuration, an
algebra.

By Jr
Adrice to the Teens; or Practical

School, Margar Helps towards the formation of one's

Square. 38. boun own Character. By Isaac Taylor, Mi.

Theory and Pra nister of the Gospel at Ongar, 12mo. 5s.

adapted to the car Outlines of Philosophical Education, remarks on bills illustrated hy the method of teaching the nature and the logic, or first class of philosophy, in other information the University of Glasgow. By George for business. By Jardine, A. M. F. R. S. E. Professor of

thor of Arithmetic Logic and Rhetoric in that University. tice, 1s. 6d. 8vo. 12s.

The Juvenile C A Sequel to the French Exercises of to the Child's Chambaud, Hamel, Perrin, Wanos

parts, methodically trocht, and other Grammars ; being a ed to the capacit practical guide to translate from English have made some into good French. On a new plan, with

By B. W. Putsey grammatical potes. By G. H. Popple- sical and Mathemat ton. 12mo. 3s, bound.

ring. 2s. bound A Key to Poppleton's French Exercises, 12mo. 2s. 60.

MEDIC Conversations on Algebra ; designed for those who have not the advantage of

On the Nature and a tutor, as well as for the use of students

tanus and Hydrophob in se bools. By William Cole, 12mo. 78.

servations on a natural The Pronouncing Instructor; or, Ge

diseases in generally neral Readers' Assistant in the pronun

M. D. Licentiate of ciation of difficult Greek, Latin, and

Queen's College of Phy Scripture proper vames; the names of lin, Member of the Ro eminent modern artists, and men of ciety of Edinburgh, &c. science; distinguisbed characters and

MISCELLANEO notorious, who have appeared on the theatre of Europe within the last thirty A Concise Descriptio years; and geograpbical names of Grammar Schools in places. To which are added, Latin and Wales. By Nicholas (3 French words and phrases, with their M. R. L. A. & F. & 8. ...

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