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count of a physical phenomenon, by no means rare in any part of the world, is so extremely ridiculous, not to say unphilosophical, that it covered the whole theory whence it sprang with very general contempt. The hypothesis of a submarine volcano discharging at intervals its feldspar, hornblend, and augite, and forming beds of trap, upon which the superincumbent water, charged with siliceous and aluminous earths, deposited a layer of sandstone, to be afterwards covered with a fresh stream of lava flowing under the pressure of the ocean, carries with it much plausibility, and precludes most of the objections which assail the doctrines of Hutton and of Werner.

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DIVINITY.

Sermons selected and abridged from the Works of Archbishop Tillotson. To which are added, some Memorials of his Life and Character. By the Rev. J. Dakins, Rector of St. James, Colchester. 2 vols. 8vo. 11. Sermons. By Edward Maltby, D.D. Vol. II. 12s. The Book of Genesis and the Mosaical History of the Creation, vindicated from Unitarian Misrepresentation; in a Letter to the Lord Bishop of St. David's, and in Reply to a recent Discourse of Mr. Thomas Belsham, delivered at Warrington, August 19th, 1821, and published at the Request of the Mmisters and Congregation. By John Garbett, M.A. Curate of St. Bartholomew's, Birmingham. 1s. 6d. A Synoptical Review of the Religious Systems and Opinions, propounded and advocated by the Philosophers of the ancient World; intended for the Use of the Junior Students in the Universities. By a Graduate of the University of Oxford. 4to. 48.

Private Devotion; or, Prayers principally intended for the private Use of Christians. By Joseph Jones, M.A.

The Christian Watchman, a Sermon on Occasion of the Death of the Rev. Thomas Best. By the Rev. John Cawood, M.A. of St. Edmund's Hall, Oxon, and Perpetual Curate of Bewdley, Worcestershire.

A Reply to "some Strictures" of Samuel Lee, A.M. Professor of Arabic in the University of Cambridge, on a Tract, entitled, "Remarks upon the critical Principles," &c. Oxford, 1820. By the Author of the Remarks. 8vo. 3s. 6d.

Hulsean Lectures for 1821. Twenty Sermons on the Evidences of Christianity, as they were stated and enforced in the Discourses of Our Lord; comprising a connected View of the Claims which Jesus advanced, of the Arguments by which He supported Them, and of his Statements respecting the Causes, Progress, and Consequences of Infidelity Delivered before the University of Cambridge, in the Spring and Autumn of the Year 1821, at the Lecture founded by the Rev. John Hulse. By James Clarke Franks, M.A. Chaplain of Trinity College. 8vo.

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LAW.

The Petty Constable's Guide in making up the Jury List. By a Barrister. To which are added, Observations relating to the Formation of the Jury List in the City of London. 6d.

A Treatise on the Law of Sale. By M. P. Brown, Esq. Advocate. 8vo. 11. 4s. A Practical Treatise on the Law of Mortgages. By John Patch, of the Middle Temple, Esq. Barrister at Law, 8vo.

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MEDICAL.

A Treatise on the Diseases of the Chest, in which they are described according to their anatomical Characters, and their Diagnosis established on a new Prin ciple, by means of Acoustick Instruments. With Plates. Translated from the French of R. T. Lacunec, M.D. with a Preface and Notes. By John Forbes, M.D. Physician to the Penzance Dispensary, Secretary to the Royal Geological Society of Cornwall, &c. 8vo. 14s.

The Introductory Lecture of a Course upon State-Medicine, delivered in Mr. Grainger's Theatre, Southwark, on Thursday, Nov. 1. By John Elliotson, M.D. 2s. 6d.

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A Letter to Charles Henry Parry, M.D, F.R.S., &c. on the Influence of Artificial Eruptions, in certain Diseases incidental to the Human Body; with an Inquiry respecting the probable Advantages to be derived from further Experiments. by Edward Jenner, M.D. F. R.S., &c. 4to. 5s.

HISTORY.

Fruits of Enterprize, exhibited in the Travels of Belzoni in Egypt and Nubia, interspersed with the Observations of a Mother to her Children. By the Author of the "Indian Cabinet." 6s.

A Description of the Antiquities and other Curiosities of Rome. By the Rev. Edward Burton, M.A. Student of Christ Church. 8vo. 15s.

A View of the Restoration of the Helvetic Confederacy, being a Sequel to the History of that Republic. By Joseph Planta, Esq. 8vo. 5s. 6d.

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BIOGRAPHY.

Memoirs of her late Majesty Caroline Amelia Elizabeth, Quech Consort of George IV. By John Wilks, Jun. 2 vols. 8vo. 11. 15.

POLITICS.

Considerations on Political Economy. By Edward Solly, Esq. Translated from the German by Thomas Wilkinson. 3s. 6d.

The Author of Junius discovered in the Person of the celebrated Earl of Chesterfield. 8vo. 5s.

The Question of Population, particularly as it relates to the Increase of Numbers in the Inhabitants of the United States, carefully examined and fully consdered; being a Detection of the gross Blunders and Absurdities of the Article on Mr. Godwin's Inquiry concerning Population, which appeared in the Seventieth Number of the Edinburgh Review. 2s.

An Essay on the Theory of Money and Principles of Commerce; in which is stated a Plan to relieve the Country from its Difficulties. By John Wheatley. Vol. II. 4to. 11. 1s.

Milesian Mouitions; or, Mr. Patrick Bull's Remonstrance with his Brother Johnny. 1s.

Elements of Political Economy. By James Mill, Esq. Author of the History of British India. 8vo. 8s.

POETRY.

Nuga; or Poetical Trifles, consisting of original Poetry and Translations. By F. A. B. Bonney, 12mo. 5s.

Principles of English Poetry familiarized; illustrated by numerous Examples from ancient and modern Poets; including the Rules necessary for the construction of English Verse, and the different Species of Poetry. By Cecil Hartley, M.A. Author of the Principles of the Sciences, &c.

Giuseppino; an Occidental Story. 8vo. 4s.

The Debate and Division: an Epistle. By the Author of " An Epistle to a Friend in the Country." 3s.

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Rosalie; a Swiss relique, with other Poems. 8vo. 5s. The Pleasures of Fancy. A Poem, in Two Parts. 8vo. The Royal Exile; or, Poetical Epistles of Mary, Queen of Scots, during her Captivity in England; with other Original Poems. By a Young Lady. Also, by her Father, the Life of Queen Mary, &c. &c. 2 vols.

DRAMATIC.

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Saul; a Tragedy, translated fron the Italian of Count Victorio Alfieri; Jephtha's Daughter: a Scriptural Drama. By a Lady. 5s.

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The Pirate. By the Author of "Waverley," &c. 3 vols. 8vo. 11. 11s. 6d. The Festival of Mora; an Historical Romance. By Louisa Sydney Stanhope, Author of Montbrazil Abbey, &c. 4 vols.

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Good Nature, and other Tales. By Miss Aimwell. S vols.
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The Cottager's Monthly Visitor, for the Year 1821. Vol. I. 6s. boards, or

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Geometrical Analysis and Geometry of Curved Lines, being Vol. II. of a Course of Mathematics, and designed as an Introduction to the Study of Natural Philosophy. By John Leslie, Esq. Professor of Natural Philosophy in the University of Edinburgh. 8vo. 16s.

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A Celestial Atlas, comprising Projections of the Planispheres and particular constructions of the Signs of the Zodiac, and the Constellations in each Hemisphere, exactly as they appear in the Heavens, in a series of Thirty beautifully Engraved Maps, which are illustrated by Scientific Descriptions of their Contents, and by Catalogues of the Stars, from the First to the Sixth Magnitude inclusive, &c. &c. By Alexander Jamieson, A.M. Author of a Treatise on the Construction of Maps, &c. 4to. 11. 5s.

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Contemplations on the Last Discourses of our Blessed Saviour with His Disciples, as recorded in the Gospel of St. John. By the Rev. John Brewster, M.A. Rector of Egglescliffe, Durham. In One Volume Octavo.

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A Necessary Doctrine and Erudition for any Christian Youth, set forth in a Series of Sunday School Lectures, with a Catechism; or, Preaching Conference on the Doctrine and Principles of the Church of Christ, suited to each Lecture. To which is prefixed, a View of the Progress of popular Education from the Reformation to the present Time. By the Rev. J. Trist, M.A. Vicar of Veryan, Cornwall. In Four Volumes, 12mo.

The Pleasures of Fancy. A Poem. In two Parts.

Travels in Southern Africa, during a Residence of Five Years; illustrated by Engravings and a Map. By W. J. Burchell, Esq. In One Volume.

M. Lorenzo Pignotti's History of Tuscany, from the most remote Period to the Establishment of the Grand Duchy; translated by J. Browning, Esq. In Four Octavo Volumes.

Two Voyages to New South Wales and Van Dieman Land; including a Description of that interesting Colony. By Mr. Thomas Reid, Surgeon.

The Martyr of Antioch; a Tragic Drama. By the Rev. H. H. Milman, Author of the Fall of Jerusalem.

The Second Volume of Mr. Mitchell's Translation of the Comedies of Aristophanes, with illustrative Notes.

The First Volume of Mr. Southey's History of the late War in Spain and Portugal, is nearly ready.

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