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Church, Northamptonshire. 7. Door. way and parts at large of the same. 8. View of the Crypt of St. Peter's Church, Oxford.

The History and Antiquities of the Abbey Church of St. Peter, Westminster; including Notices and Biographical Memoirs of the Abbots and Deans of that foundation. By Edward Wedlake Brayley. With graphical Illustrations (consisting of plans, views, elevations, sections, and details) by the proprietor, John Preston Neale. Vol. I. imperial quarto, 71. 4s. royal quarto, 41. 16s.

BIBLIOGRAPHY.

A List of the Numbers and Prices of the valuable Library, and collection of Prints, Drawings, &c. of W. Roscoe, Esq. which were sold at Liverpool in 1816. 8vo. 7s.

Ford (of Manchester)'s Catalogue of a curious and valuable collection of books, 1s. 6d.

EDUCATION.

Advice to the Teens; or Practical Helps towards the formation of one's own Character. By Isaac Taylor, Minister of the Gospel at Ongar, 12mo. 5s.

Outlines of Philosophical Education, illustrated by the method of teaching the logic, or first class of philosophy, in the University of Glasgow. By George Jardine, A. M. F. R. S. E. Professor of Logic and Rhetoric in that University. 8vo. 12s.

A Sequel to the French Exercises of Chambaud, Hamel, Perrin, Wanostrocht, and other Grammars being a practical guide to translate from English into good French. On a new plan, with grammatical notes. By G. H. Poppleton. 12mo. 3s. bound.

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

Conversations on Algebra; designed for those who have not the advantage of a tutor, as well as for the use of students in schools. By William Cole, 12mo. 7s.

The Pronouncing Instructor; or, General Readers' Assistant in the pronunciation of difficult Greek, Latin, and Scripture proper names; the names of eminent modern artists, and men of science; distinguished characters and notorious, who have appeared on the theatre of Europe within the last thirty years; and geographical names of places. To which are added, Latin and French words and phrases, with their

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Profitable Amusement for Children; or, Familiar Tales; combining useful instruction with pleasing entertainment. 18mo. 2s. half-bound.

The Metamorphoses, or Effects of Education; a Tale. By the author of Aunt Mary's Tales, &c. 2s. 6d. halfbound.

Ipswich Reading Lessons; selected from the Holy Scriptures, and adapted to the improved system of education, for instructing both adults and children, by Richard Dykes Alexander. On 62 folio leaves. Second edition. 10s. 6d. in

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Arithmetic in Theory and Practice: in which every example is original; and mercantile computation rendered more easy and concise by the application of decimals, including the principles of mensuration, and a concise system of algebra. By John Matheson, Royal School, Margaret Street, Cavendish Square. 3s. bound.

Theory and Practice of Book-keeping, adapted to the capacity of youth; also, remarks on bills and promissory notes; the nature and origin of trade, and other information for persons intended for business. By John Matheson, author of Arithmetic in Theory and Prac tice, 1s. 6d.

The Juvenile Class Book; or, Sequel to the Child's Companion; in four parts, methodically arranged and adapted to the capacities of children who have made some progress in reading. By B. W. Putsey, Master of the Classical and Mathematical School, Picke-. ring. 2s. bound.

MEDICINE.

On the Nature and Treatment of Tetanus and Hydrophobia; with some Observations on a natural classification of diseases in general. By Robert Keid, M. D. Licentiate of the King and Queen's College of Physicians in Dublin, Member of the Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh, &c. 8vo. 7s. 6d.

MISCELLANEOUS.

A Concise Description of Endowed Grammar Schools in England and Wales. By Nicholas Carlisle, F. R. S. M. R. I. A. & F. & S. S, A. Very ele

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Histrionic Topography; or, the birthplaces, residences, and funeral monuments of the most distinguished actors. Illustrated by engravings, executed by J. and H. Storer, and by historical and descriptive notices, written by J. Norris Brewer. 8vo. 12s.

On the Safety Lamp for Coa! Miners; with some Researches on Flame. By Sir Humphry Davy. 8vo. 8s.

The Musical Tour of Dr. Minim, A. B. C. & D. E. F. G. With a description of a new-invented instrument, a new mode of teaching music by machinery, and an account of the Gullabaic system in general. 12mo. 2s.

NATURAL HISTORY.

The Elements of Conchology according to the Linnæan System, illustrated by 28 plates, drawn from nature by the Rev. E. I. Burrow, A.M. F. R. S. F. L. S. Member of the Geological Society. Second edition.

POETRY.

An Elegy. Supposed to be written in a Field of Battle. 8vo. price 2s.

Fashionable Fudges in London; or, Sketches of Public Characters, a Poem, with historical and explanatory notes. By Benjamin Flaccus, Esq. &c. 8vo. 6s.

The Recluse of the Pyrenees ; a Poem. Inscribed to H. R. H. Prince Leopold. 8vo. 4s. 6d. sewed.

The Warning Vo.ce; a sacred poem, in two cantos; addressed to infidel writers of poetry. By the Hon. and Rev. Edward John Turnour, A. M. 4to. 3s. 6d. sewed.

THEOLOGY.

The Scripture Testimony to the Messiah an Inquiry with a view to a satisfactory determination of the doctrine taught in the Holy Scriptures concerning the person of Christ, including a

careful examination of the Rev. Thomas Belsham's Calm Inquiry, and of other Unitarian works on the same subject. By John Pye Smith, D. D. Vol. I. 14s.

Lectures on the principal Evidences and the several Dispensations of Revealed Religion; familiarly addressed to young persons; with select references to some of the most valuable treatises on each subject. By W. Roby, 8vo. 8s. fiue paper, 10.

A complete Survey of Scripture Geography: containing an Historical Account of Primitive Nations, and of all the countries and people mentioned in sacred history. To which is prefixed, an introductory essay concerning the origin, occasion, character, and meaning of each book or writing in the Holy Bible; wherein also the most difficult subjects of the Mosaic history are clearly and fully confirmed by physical reasons and proofs, deduced from the present improved state of science; with a list of texts, versions, paraphrases, and targums, in all languages into which the holy writings have been translated or converted. By Thomas Heming, of Magd. Hall, Oxon. Illustrated by a set of maps and a chart of the world. Royal 4to. S1. 10s. half-bound

*** The Survey of Ser pture Geography is sold separately from the Atlas, price 11. boards, and 11. 5s. halfbound.

Plain Remarks on the Four Gospels, adapted to the use of the poorer classes, and chiefly designed for the benefit of schools and families. By the Rev. James Slade, M. A. Vicar of Bolton, and Prebendary of Chester. 12mo. 3s. 6d.

More work for Dr. Hawker, in a Reply to his Misrepresentation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. By the Rev. Tho. Smith, of St. John's College, Cambridge, and Master of Gordon House Academy, Kentish Town, Middlesex. 8vo.

Nautical Essays; or, a spiritual View of the ocean and mar time affairs: with reflections on the battle of Trafalgar and other events. By the author of the Retrospect, &c. 12mo. 5s.

TRAVELS AND TOPOGRAPHY.

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

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