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A new edition of Mr Alaric A. Watts's Rameses, an Egyptian Tale, with his “ Poetical Sketches,” with illustrations, torical notes of the era of the Pharaohs, is is preparing for publication, which will announced in three volumes.
include Gertrude de Balm, and other adMemoirs are printing of the Life and Writings of Mrs Frances Sheridan, mo Early in January will be published, the ther of the late Right Hon. R. B. Sheri. Pirate of the Adriatic, a romance, in dan, and author of “ Sidney Bidulph,” three volumes, by J. Griffin. ** Nourjahad,” and “ the Discovery," The Life of Jeremy Taylor, and a Cri. with remarks upon a late Life of the tical Examination of his Writings, by Dr Right Hon. R. B. Sheridan, criticism and Heber, bishop of Calcutta, are nearly selections from the works of Mrs Sheri- ready for publication, in 2 vols. post 8vo. dan, and biographical anecdotes of her with fine portrait by Warren, from an family and contemporaries; by her grand original picture. daughter, Alicia Lefanu.
Shortly will be published, the Plenary A History of the Origin and Progress Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures assertof the Greek Revolution is preparing by ed, and Infidel Objections shown to be E. Blaquiere, Esq.
unfounded, in Six Lectures ; by the Rev. The twelfth part of Views on the S. Noble. Southern Coast of England, from draw. In a few days will be published, a Narings by J. M. W. Turner, R. A. &c. and rative of the sufferings of a French Proengraved by. W. B. and G. Cooke, and testant Family at the Period of the Reother eminent artists, is on the eve of pub- vocation of the Edict of Nantes, written lication ; and the four remaining parts, by John Magault the Father, translated which will complete the work, will speed and now first published from the original ily follow.
manuscript, in the possession of a deThe Odes of Anacreon of. Teos, as scendant of the family residing near Spitaltranslated into English verse, by W. fields, at the request of members of the Richardson, Esq. are in the press.
Spitalfields Benevolent Society. In the press, and will appear imme. Dr Cox will shortly publish, Remarks diately, in one volume, octavo, with a on Acute Rheumatism, and the importportrait from an acknowledged likeness, ance of early Blood-letting in that Disease, Memoirs of Rossini, consisting of anec as preventing Metastasis to the Heart. dotes of his life and of his professional M. de la Beche will shortly publish a career, by the Author of the lives of Selection of the Geological Memoirs conHaydn and Mozart, printed in an uniform tained in the “ Annales des Mines," tomanner with the translation of that work. gether with a synoptical table of equiva
The several Treatises of the late James lent formations, and M. Brongniart's table Baverstock, Esq. on the Brewery, are of the classification of mixed rocks. about to be collected into one volume, Mr C. Chatfield has in the press a Comwith notes, together with an introduction, pendious View of the History of the containing a biographical sketch of the Darker Ages, with genealogical tables. author, a paper on specific gravities, and A work is forthcoming on the Antiquity on the various hydrostatical instruments of the Doctrine of the Quakers respecting which have been used in the brewery ; by Inspiration, with a brief review of that his son, J. H. Baverstock, F. S. A. Society, its religious tenets, practices, and
A Sketch of the System of Education legal exemptions, and a comparison beat New Lanark, by R. D. Owen, is in the twcen the life and opinions of the Friends press, and will appear in a few days. and those of early Christians.
The Annual Biography and Obituary The Crimes of Kings and Priests, or for the year 1824 is announced, contain- Exposition of the Effects of Absolute ing Memoirs of celebrated Men who have Monarchy and the Domination of the died in 1822-23.
Priesthood, will soon appear. Prose, by a Poet, is announced.
A volume of Poems, by Mr Percival, 'work, called Plain Instructions to will appear in February. Executors and Administrators, showing
On the 1st
February 1824 will be the duties and responsibilities incident to published, No. I. of Original Views of the due performance of the trusts, with the Collegiate and Parochial Churches of directions respecting the probate of wills Great Britain, by Messrs. J. P. Neale and and taking out letters of administration, J. Le Keux. &c. will soon be published.
The Deserted City, Eva, a tale in two
City: VOL. xiv,
cantos, and Electricity, Poems by J. Mr G. Phillips is printing a CompenBounden, will shortly appear.
dium of Algebra, with notes and demonOn the first of February will be pub- strations, showing the reason of every lished, the first part, to be continued rule; designed for the use of schools, and quarterly, of the Animal Kingdom, as ar. those persons who have not the advanranged conformably with its organisation, tage of a preceptor ; the whole arranged by Baron Cuvier, with additional descrip- on a plan calculated to abridge the labour tions of all the species hitherto named, of the master, and facilitate the improveand of many not before noticed. The ment of the pupil. whole of the “ Regne Animal" of the Captain Parry's Second Voyage for the above celebrated zoologist will be transla. Discovery of a North-west Passage, with ted in this undertaking ; but the additions twenty-five plates, is announced for im. will be so considerable, as to give it the mediate publication ; with an Appendix character of an original work.
of Natural History, &c. to Captain Party's An Italian translation of Dodsley's First Voyage of Discovery, with plates. Economy of Human Life, by Signior Aureus, or the Adventures of a SoveAloisi, a native of Tuscany, is nearly reign, written by himself, is printing in ready.
two volumes. Translations have been ordered by au. Procrastination, or the Vicar's Daugh: thority to be made of the chief Elemen- ter, a tale, by S. Percy, is announced. tary Books on the English Interrogative Shortly will be published, Plantarum System into the Russian language. Scientia, or the Botanist's Companion,
A comprehensive System of English being a catalogue of hardy exotic and inGrammar, Criticism, and Logic, is pre- digenous plants cultivated in this country. paring for publication, arranged and illus. Dr R. Southey, poet-laureate, author of trated upon a new and improved plan, “ Wat Tyler,” &c. announces the Book containing apposite principles, rules, and of the Church, in two volumes, octavo. examples, for writing correctly and ele Mr Britton announces a Grammar of gantly on every subject; by the Rev. P. English Antiquities. Smith, A.M.
The Suffolk Papers, from the collecMrs M. A. Randall announces a Sequel tion of the Marchioness of Londonderry, to the Grammar of Sacred History, being with historical, biographical, and expla. a paraphrase on the Epistles and Gospels natory notes, and an original whole. for every Sunday throughout the year, length portrait of the Countess of Suffolk, with explanatory notes. To which are are print in two volumes. prefixed, a simple Ilustration of the Li. The Green-house Companion, by Dr turgy, and a Paraphrase on the Church Thornton, intended as a familiar manual Catechism.
for the general management of a greenAn improved edition is in the press of house, is in preparation. Milburn's Oriental Commerce, or the Australia, with other Poems, by T. K. East-India Trader's Complete Guide, con Hervey, will appear in a few days. taining a geographical and nautical de The first part of the third folio volume scription of the maritime parts of India, of Mr Lodge's Illustrations of English China, and neighbouring countries, in Portraits, accompanied with biographical cluding the eastern islands, and an account narratives, is printing. of their trade, productions, coins, weights, A work, called Scilly and its Islands, and measures : abridged, improved, and from a complete survey undertaken by brought down to the present time, by Mr order of the Lords Comissioners of the T. Thornton.
Admiralty, by Captain W. H. Smyth, An East-India Vade-Mecum will soon R. N. with fourteen plates, beautifully enappear, being a complete guide to gentle. graved by Daniell, in quarto, will speedmen proceeding to the East Indies in ily appear. either the civil, military, or naval service, A Tour through the Upper Provinces or on other pursuits ; by Dr J. B. Gil. of Hindoostan, comprising a period bechrist.
tween the years 1804 and 1814, with re. The Improvisatriee, and other poems, marks and authentic anecdotes ; to which are preparing for publication.
is added, a Guide up the River Ganges, The second volume of the Lady of the from Calcutta to Cawnpore, Futteh Ghur, Manor, by Mrs Sherwood, is in the press; Meeratt, &c. will soon appear. also the Willoughby Family, by the au Letters from the Caucasus and Geor. thor of " Margaret Whyte," &c. ; Rose gia are announced, with maps and plates, Grant, or a Matlock Sketch; a Whisper octavo. to a Newly-Married Pair, from a Widowed A Complete History of London, West. Wife ; and · Memory, by the author of minster, and Southwark, by J. Bayley, Margaret Whyte," &c.
Esq. F.A.S. is in preparation.
Mr W. Irving has collected materials fac-similes of original sketches found in for a new work during his recent tour in the Note-book of a Briefiess Barrister, is Germany.
announced. The History of the Hundred of Hey The twelfth number of Mr Fosbroke's tesbury, Wilts, adjoining that of Mere, Encyclopædia of Antiquities, which comalready published, by Sir R. C. Hoare, pletes the first volume, is printing. Bart. is preparing for publication; also, Lives of the Bishops of Sherburne and Salisbury, from the year 705 to the pre
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and manners during the last eventful A new translation of the Elegies of half century. Tibullus, by Lord Thurlow, will soon Observations on the Surgical Anatomy appear.
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tomy and Surgery, Glasgow. Second EdiEighteen additional Sermons, intended tion. With a Life of the Author, and addi. to establish the inseparable connexion tional Cases and Observations. By Granbetween the doctrines and practice of ville Sharp Pattison, Surgeon, Professor Christianity, by the author of the former of Surgery in the University of Mary. volume, will soon appear.
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