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A Speech, delivered in the House of Lords, on Thursday, June 14, 1821, by Herbert, Lord Bishop of Peterborough, in Answer to a Petition presented to the House of Lords respecting his Examination Questions. 1s. 6d.

Iterum, iterum, interumque! or one Attempt more to ascertain the apostolic Notion respecting the Person and Office of Christ. By a Graduate of the Üniversity of Oxford. 1s.

Three Sermons on the Power, Origin, and Succession of the Christian Hierarchy; and especially of that of the Church of England. By the Rev. John Oxlee, Rector of Scawton, and Curate of Stonegrave. 8vo. 10s. 6d.

The Education of the Christian Minister; a Sermon, preached in the Parish Church of Skipton in Craven, June 4, 1821, at the Visitation of the Rev. Robert Markham, M.A. Archdeacon of the Archdeacoury of York. By Mordaunt Barnard, B.A. Perpetual Curate of Barnoldswick, in the County of York, and Domestic Chaplain of the Right Hon. Lord Willoughby de Broke. Published at the Request of the Reverend the Clergy of the Deanery of Craven. 2s. 6d.

Sermons, by the late Rev. John Deere Thomas, D.D. Rector of Kirby Mis perton, in the County of York, formerly of Jesus College, Oxford. 2 vols. 8vo.


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Lectures on the Gospel according to St. John. Part the First. the Parish Church, and at St. Margaret's Chapel, in the Parish of Walcot, Bath, on the Wednesdays and Fridays during Lent, in the Year 1821. With Notes. By Charles Abel Moysey, D.D. Archdeacon of Bath, and Rector of Walcot. 69. The Kingdom of God on Earth. By the Rev. John Whitehouse, formerly of St. John's College, and Rector of Orlingbury, Northamptonshire. 3s.

The Connexion between the natural Inconveniences and moral Advantages of an insular State: a Sermon preached on Trinity Monday, June 18, 1821, before the Corporation of the Trinity House, in the Parish of St. Nicholas, Deptford; and published at their Request. By Charles James Blomfield, D.D. Rector of St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate; and of Chesterford, Essex. 4to. 1s. 6d.

Sermon preached at St. Mary's Church, Bathwick, for the Benefit of the Bath Penitentiary and Lock Hospitals, on the 17th of June, 1821, by the Rev. Collingwood Forster Fenwick, LL.B. 1s.

The Regeneration of Infants in Baptism investigated, according to the Doctrine of the Church of England: a Sermon preached in the Parish Church of Wakefield, at the Annual Visitation of the Right Worshipful the Archdeacon of the Archdeaconry of York. By George Beckett, A.M. Perpetual Curate of Chapelthorpe. 2s. A Sermon preached at Basingstoke, at the Visitation of the Venerable Archdeacon of Winchester, May 24, 1821; published at the Request of the Archdeacon. By the Rev. Henry Thomas Austen, A.M. Rector of Steventon. 1s. 6d.

Three Sermons on the Seventeenth Article of the Church of England, preached in the Church of the School for the Blind, June, 1821. By the Rev. Edward Hull, M.A. of St. John's College, Cambridge. 28.


A Treatise on Scrophula (to which the Jacksonian Prize for the Year 1818 was adjudged by the Court of Examiners of the Royal College of Surgeons); describing the Morbid Alteration it produces in the Structure of all the different Parts of the Body, and the best Mode of treating it, particularly in Children; also its Connexion with Diseases of the Spine, Joints, Eyes, and Glands, more especially of the Female Breasts, Testes, and Prostate Gland; with particular Reference also to the most improved Plan of treating Spinal Curvatures. To which is added, an Account of the Ophthalmia, so long prevalent in Christ's Hospital. By Eusebius Arthur Lloyd, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons in London, Senior Surgeon to the General Dispensary, Aldersgate-street, and late House Surgeon to St. Bartholomew's Hospital. 8vo.

The Hunterian Oration, delivered before the Royal College of Surgeons in London, on the 14th Day of February, 1821. By Thomas Chevalier, F.R.S. F.S.A.

and F.L.S. Surgeon Extraordinary to the King. Published at the Request of the Court of Assistants, and dedicated, by Permission, to His Majesty. 5s.

An Account of the Rise, Progress, and Decline of the Fever, lately epidemical in Ireland; together with Communications from Physicians in the Provinces, and various Official Documents. By F. Barker, M.D. &c. and J. Cheyne, M.D.

F.R.S. &c. 2 vols. 11. 6s.
The Principles of Forensic Medicine, systematically arranged, and applied to
British Practice; with numerous Illustrations and Examples: intended for the
Use of Barristers, Coroners, Magistrates, and Medical Practitioners. By J. G.
Smith, M.D.

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A Practical Essay on Ring-worm of the Scalp, Scald-head, and other Species of Porrigo, with a View to establish the Treatment of these Diseases on sound and efficient Principles. By Samuel Plumbe, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, &c. 8vo. 7s. 6d.

Researches into the Laws and Phenomena of Pestilence; including a Medical Sketch and Review of the Plague of London in 1665; and Remarks on Quarantine. With an Appendix, &c. By Thomas Hancock, M.D. 8vo. 85.

One Thousand Experiments in Chemistry; with Illustrations of Natural Phenomena; and Practical Observations on the manufacturing and chemical Processes at present pursued in the successful Cultivation of the useful Arts. With numerous Engravings on Wood and Copper. By Colin Mackenzie. 8vo. 11. 1s.

A Treatise on Acupuncturation; being a Description of a Surgical Operation originally peculiar to the Japanese and Chinese, and by them denominated ZinKing, now introduced into European Practice, with Directions for its Performance, and Cases illustrating its Success. By James Morss Churchill, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons in London. 8vo. 45.

Annals, Historical and Medical, during the first Four Years of the Universal Dispensary for Children, St. Andrew-hill, Doctors' Commons, founded in 1816, for the sole Purpose of affording prompt Medical Aid to the Children of the Necessitous Poor, from the Period of their Birth to the Age of Twelve Years, from all Parts of the Metropolis and its Vicinity: open, in Cases of Danger, to a First Application for Relief without Recommendation. To which is added, a Concise Essay, in Elucidation of the Rules and Methods adopted at the Institution, on the Bodily Management of Children, with a View to assist in the Preservation of their Health, as the Means of promoting their Intellectual and Physical Improvement. Edited, pursuant to an Order of the Committee of the 29th of May, 1820, and confirmed by the General Meeting of the 2nd of November, 1820, by John Bunnell Davis, M.D. &c. 8vo. 12s.

Observations on certain Affections of the Head, commonly called Head-aches; with a View to their more complete Elucidation, Prevention, and Cure: together with some brief Remarks on Digestion and Indigestion. By James Farmer, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons in London, and Licentiate of Midwifery of the Royal College of Physicians, Dublin. 18mo. 2s.


Notes relating to the Manners and Customs of the Crim Tartars. Written during a four Years' Residence among that People. By Mary Holderness. 12mo. 5s. 6d.

Brief Observations on the present State of the Waldenses, and upon their actual Sufferings, made in the Summer of 1820. By Gorges Lowther, Esq. 2s. 6d. A circumstantial Account of the Coronation of Charles II. By Sir E. Walker, Knight, Garter Principal King at Arms at that Period; with Plates of the Regalia. 8vo. 14s.

The History and Antiquities of the Tower of London, with Biographical Anecdotes of Royal and distinguished Persons, deduced from Records, State Papers, and Manuscripts, and from other original and authentic Sources. By John Bayley, Esq. F.A.S. of the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple, and one of His Majesty's Sub-Commissioners of the Public Records. Part I. 4to. 31. 13s. 6d.

The Expedition of Orsus, and the Crimes of Aguirre. By Robert Southey, Esq. &c. 12mo. 4s. 6d.

Travels in South Europe, from modern Writers, with Remarks and Observations; exhibiting a connected View of the Geography and present State of that Quarter of the Globe. By the Rev. William Bingley, M.A. F.L.S. 12mo.

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Malay Annals: translated from the Malay Language, by the late Dr. John Leyden; with an Introduction. By Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, F.R.S. &c. &c. 8vo. 10s. 6d.


Memoirs of Queens, illustrious and celebrated. By Mary Hays, Author of "Female Biography," &c. 8vo. 12s.

Ten Years' Exile; or, Memoirs of that interesting Period of the Life of the Baroness de Stael Holstein, written by herself, during the Years 1810, 11, 12, and 13, and now first published from the Original Manuscript. By her Son. Translated from the French. 8vo.

A Reply to the Charges of Robert Adair, Esq. against the Bishop of Winchester, in Consequence of a Passage contained in his Lordship's Memoirs of the Right Hon. William Pitt. 2s.


An Essay on the Production of Wealth, with an Appendix, in which the Prin ciples of Political Economy are applied to the actual Circumstances of this Country. By R. Torrens, Esq. F R.S. 8vo. 12s.

Substance of the Speech of M. A. Taylor, Esq. in the House of Commons, on Wednesday, May 50, on the Delays in the High Court of Chancery of England, and in the Appellant Jurisdiction of the House of Lords.


The Report of the Select Committee of the House of Commons on the most important Subject, the existing Agricultural Distresses. 1s.

Some Inquiry into the Constitutional Character of the Queen Consort of England. 2s. 6d.

The Reply of the People to the Letter from the King. 2s.

Considerations on the Coronation Oath, humbly submitted to the Attention of the Legislature. By an Officer of Rank in the Royal Navy. 3s.

The Queen's Memorial to the King in Council, claiming her Right to participate in the approaching Solemnity. Is.

The Argument before the Privy Council, in Support of the Queen Consorts' Right to be crowned. 2s.

The Queen's Claim to Coronation examined. 1s. 6d.

General La Fayette's Exposé of the Political State of France, in a Speech delivered in the Chamber of Deputies, on the 4th of June, 1821, on the Question for granting the Public Supplies. 2s.

An Attempt to define some of the first Principles of Political Economy. By Thomas Smith. 8vo. 7s.

The Precedency of the Nobility of the United Kingdom, at one View, shewing their exact Chronological Order: with an Alphabetical Index, distinguishing the first and second Sons. To which is added, the Form of Precedence, as it regards the remaining Orders of Society. By T. H. Willis.

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The Restoration of National Prosperity shewn to be immediately practicable. By the Author of "Junius Identified." 8vo. 3s. 6d.


Kentish Pocts: a Series of Writers in English Poetry, Natives of, or Residents in the County of Kent: with Specimens of their Compositions, and some Account of their Lives and Writings. By Rowland Freeman, of Minster, Thanet. 2 vols. 12mo. 15s.

Poems, Divine and Moral; many of them now first published. Selected by John Bowdler, Esq. 12mo. 6s.


Letters from Wetzlar, written in 1817, developing the authentic Particulars on which the "Sorrows of Werter" are founded. To which is annexed, The Stork;

or, the Herald of Spring, a Poem. By Major James Bell, East York Militia; Translator and Editor of Professor Bredow's Tables of History and Literature, &c. 8vo. 6s.

Abelhamer: an Eastern Tale. By Henry Donovan. 8vo. 4s.

The Soldier's Child; or, Virtue Triumphant. By Caroline Richardson, Author of Harvest, a Poem. 2 vols. 12mo. 12s.

Sympathy in Search of Peace at Home. By H. B. Gascoigne. 12mo. 5s. Rank and Fashion, or the Mazes of Life. By B, Frere, Esq. 3 vols. Harley Radington. By Miss D. P. Campbell. 2 vols.

The Privateer: a Tale. 2 vols. 12s.

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Scenes at Brighton, or "How Much?" a satirical Novel. By Innes Hoole, Esq. 3 vols. 15s.

Memoirs of a Man of Fashion. Written by himself. Including Anecdotes of many celebrated Persons, with whom he had Intercourse and Connexion. 3 vols.


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The Young Infidel: a Fire-side Reverie. By a Friend to Truth. 12mo. 4s.


A most complete Treatise on Oil Painting, with coloured Illustrations; on so simple a Principle that any Person having the least Knowledge of the Art may be able, by the Information furnished in this Treatise, and a little Application, to produce in a short Time a highly finished Picture in this interesting Style of Painting. 4s. 6d.

An Appeal to the People of Great Britain and Ireland, on the Abuse of Steam Machinery in navigating Vessels on the High Seas. 1s.

A Treatise on Navigation and Nautical Astronomy, designed for the Use of British Seamen. By the Rev. James Inman, D.D. Professor of the Royal Naval College and School of Naval Architecture, Portsmouth. 8vo. 12s.

The Complete Answer to some late Strictures in the Quarterly Review, relative to the Life and Writings of Pope; including a full Statement of all that led to the present Controversy with Lord Byron. By the Rev. W. L. Bowles. 8vo. 4s. The Secretary's Assistant; exhibiting the various and most correct Modes of Superscription, Commencement, and Conclusion of Letters to Persons of every Degree of Rank; including the Diplomatic, Clerical, and Judicial Dignitaries, with Lists of the Foreign Ambassadors and Consuls. Also, the Forms necessary to be used in Applications or Petitions to the King in Council, Houses of Lords and Commons, Government Offices, and Public Companies; with Tables of Precedency, and the Abbreviations of the several British and Foreign Orders of Knighthood. By the Author of the Peerage and Baronetage Charts. 12mo. 5s. The Elements of Astronomy; with Methods of determining the Longitudes, Aspects, &c. of the Planets, for any future Time; and an extensive Set of Geographical and Astronomical Problems on the Globes. Designed for the Use of Schools and Junior Students. By S. Treeby, Teacher of the Mathematics, Classics, &c. &c. 18mo. 3s. 6d.

General and particular Descriptions of the Vertebrated Animals, arranged conformably to the modern Discoveries and Improvements in Zoology. By Edward Griffith. Part I. Monkeys and Lemurs. Imperial 8vo. with 35 coloured Plates, after Drawings from Nature. 11. 5s. boards.

Whist rendered Familiar by a New and Easy Introduction to the Game; deduced from the best Authorities. By J. G. Pohlman.

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A Series of Tables, exhibiting the Gain and Loss to the Fundholder, arising from the Fluctuations in the Value of the Currency, from 1800 to 1821. By Robert Mushet, Esq. 8vo. 7s. boards.

The Steam-Boat Companion; and Stranger's Guide to the Western Islands and Highlands in Scotland. 6s. 5d. in Roan.


Dr. Carey has in the Press "The Greek Terminations, including the Dialects and Poetic Licenses, in Alphabetic Order, with References to the Grammar," on the same Plan as his " Clue for Young Latinists," lately published.

The Rev. John Campbell is about to publish a second Volume of Travels, containing an Account of his second Visit to South Africa.

The Dying Confessions of Judas Iscariot, a convincing Evidence of the divine Origin of Christianity; an Essay: by the Rev. Dr. Cracknell; will be shortly published.

The Rev. Johnson Grant will shortly publish A Course of Lent Lectures, on the seven last Sentences uttered by our Saviour from the Cross.

Mr. Stevenson, Oculist and Dentist to his Royal Highness the Duke of York, &c. will shortly publish a Practical Treatise on the Nature, Symptoms, and Treatment of Gutta Serena, a Species of Blindness arising from a Loss of Sensibility in the Nerve of Vision. Illustrated by numerous Cases.

John Cochrane, Esq. will soon publish A Treatise on the Game of Chess, in an Octavo Volume, illustrated by numerous Diagrams.

The Miscellaneous Tracts of the late Dr. William Withering, with a Memoir by William Withering, Esq. in two Octavo Volumes, are nearly ready for publication.

Mr. Lowe is preparing a Volume for the Press, on the Situation and Prospects of this Country, in regard to Agriculture, Trade, and Finances.

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