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A General History of the County of York. By Thomas Dunham Whitaker, LL.D. F. S. A. In Parts 21. 2s. each; or on large paper, with proof impressions, 4l. 4s.

Occurrences during Six Months' Residence in the Province of Ca. labria Ulteriore, in the Kingdom of Naples, in the years 1809, 1810; containing a Description of the Country, Remarks on the Manners and Customs of the Inhabitants. By Lieut. P. J. Elmhirst, R. N. 8vo. 6s.

A Geographical and Statistical Description of Scotland, containing a General Survey of that Kingdom, its Climate, Mountains, Lakes, Rivers, Products, Population, Manufactures, Commerce, Religion, Literature, Government, Revenue, History. A Description of every County, its Extent, Soil, Products, Minerals, Antiquities, Seats; with an appropriate Table to each County ; and a Statistical Account of every Parish, accompanied by an accurate and elegant Map of Scotland; to which are added, several Tables to illustrate the Work. By James Playfair, D.D. F. R. S. and F. A. S. Edinburgh, Principal of the United College of St Andrew's, and Historio. grapher to his Royal Highness the Prince Regent. 2 vol. 8vo. 11. 4s. in boards.

VOYAGES AND TRAVELS. A Tour through Sicily in the year 1815. By Geo. Russell. Illustrated by a Map and Plates. 8vo. ll. ls.

Letters from the North of Italy. By W. S. Rose. 2 vol. 8vo. 18s.

The Mission from Cape Coast Castle to the Kingdom of Ashantee in Africa. By T. Bowditch Esq. 4to. 31. 3s.

A Journey from Moscow to Constantinople in the years 1817 and 1818. By. W. Macmichael, M. D. 4to. *11. 11s. 68.

The Personal Narrative of M. de Humboldt's Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of the New Continent, during the years 1799–1804. Translated by Helen Maria Williams. Vol. IV. 8vo. 18s.

Narrative of an Attempt to discover a Passage over the North Pole to Behring's Straits. By Captain David Buchan. 4to, with Plates,

A Voyage of Discovery made under the Orders of the Admiralty, in his Majesty's Ships Alexander and Isabella, for the purpose of Exploring Baffin's Bay, and inquiring into the Probability of a Northwest Passage. By Captain John Ross. 4to, with Plates. 3). 135.6d. boards.

INDEX

А
ACRE, Larrey's description of the sufferings of the French at the

siege of, 312.
Alphabets, Volney's history of Asiatic, (see Volney.) 368.
America, travels in the interior of, (see Bradbury.)
Astronomy, elementary treatise by Woodhouse on, 375.
Austerlitz, Larrey's description of the sufferings of the French at the

battle of, 314.

B
Baffin's Bay, voyage of discovery by Captain Ross to, 336.
Bentham, Jeremy, Esq., his plan of Parliamentary Reform, 165-

Montesquieu's opinion of the government of England, ib. first
plan for parliamentary reform in 1649, 166–plan of the Levellers,
167— Milton's plan, ib.-remarks on the opinions of Sydney and
Locke, 168–Lord Chatham's speech in 1770, 169–Fox and Pitt's
projects of moderate reform, 169–Mr Dunning's resolutions 1780,
ib.-general opinions respecting parliamentary reform, 172-cha-
racter of Mr Bentham's works, 173—mode of representation most
likely capable of securing the liberties of the people of Great Bri-
tain, 174—character of the English nobility, 178—remarks on the
French system of representation, 181-extract from Mr Horne
Tooke's Letter to Lord Ashburton, 183–Bentham's opinion of
annual election, 198–example of the United States of America,

199.
Blackstone, his opinion of witchcraft, 245.
Boridina, Larrey's account of the management of the wounded at the

battle of, 318.
Bradbury, John, F. L. S., travels in the interior of America by,

133-remarks on the characters of Mr Hall, Mr Palmer, and Mr
Bradbury, ib.—population and t:ade of Baltimore, ib.—of New-
York, 134-extract from Mr Hall, 136—contrast between Eng-
land and America, upon the subject of suspending the Habeas
Corpus, ib.-administration of justice in America, 138_law ex-
pense, ib.-Mr Hall's visit to Jefferson, 139-Mr Fearon's visit

ACE

A General History of the County of York. By Thomas Dunham
Whitaker, LL.D. F. S. A. In Parts 21. 25. each; or on large paper,
with proof impressions, 4l. 4s.

Occurrences during Six Months' Residence in the Province of Ca.
labria Ulteriore, in the Kingdom of Naples, in the years 1809, 1810;
containing a Description of the Country, Remarks on the Mannen
and Customs of the Inhabitants. By Lieut. P. J. Elmhirst, R.N.
8vo. 6s.

A Geographical and Statistical Description of Scotland, contain
ing a General Survey of that Kingdom, its Climate, Mountains
Lakes, Rivers, Products, Population, Manufactures, Commerce, Re
ligion, Literature, Government, Revenue, History A Description
of every County, its Extent, Soil, Products, Minerals, Antiquities,
Seats ; with an appropriate Table to each County ; and a Statistical
Account of every Parish, accompanied by an accurate and elegan
Map of Scotland; to which are added, several Tables to illustrt:
the Work. By James Playfair, D.D. F. R. S. and F. A. S. Ein
burgh, Principal of the United College of St Andrew's, and Historie
grapher to his Royal Highness the Prince Regent. 2 vol. 8vo. ll. 46
in boards.

VOYAGES AND TRAVELS.
A Tour through Sicily in the year 1815. By Geo. Russell

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lustrated by a Map and Plates. 8vo. Il. ls.

Letters from the North of Italy. By W. S. Rose. 2 vol. 8vo. Iš

The Mission from Cape Coast Castle to the Kingdom of Ashants
in Africa. By T. Bowditch Esq. 4to. 31. 3s.

A Journey from Moscow to Constantinople in the years 18175
1818. By W. Macmichael, M. D. 4to. ll. lls. 60.

The Personal Narrative of M. de Humboldt's Travels to the Egu
noctial Regions of the New Continent, during the years 1799–1806
Translated by Helen Maria Williams. Vol. IV. 8vo. 188.

Narrative of an Attempt to discover a Passage over the North Pole
to Behring's Straits. By Captain David Buchan. 4to, with Plates

A Voyage of Discovery made under the Orders of the Admiralty,
in his Majesty's Ships Alexander and Isabella, for the purpose di
Exploring Baffin's Bay, and inquiring into the Probability of a North
west Passage. By Captain John Ross. 4to, with Plates. 31. 138.6
boards.

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reign of Queen Elizabeth, 475_extracts from the author's obser-
vations on Spencer, ib.-Shakespeare, 476--Beaumont and Fiet-
cher, 477–Milton, 478-Pope and Dryden, 479—Hall and Cham-
berlayn, 481- Marvell, 482—Cotton, 483—Lillo, 484— Thomson,
486—Collins, 487—Ramsay, 488—Chatterton, 489_Goldsmith,

491-Burns, 492_Cowper, 493.
Cape Dudley Digges, description of, 347.
Catholics, religion and condition of, in Ireland (see Phelaw.)
Chatham, Lord, observations on his speech in 1770, 169.
Chichester, Rev. Edward, his Letter on the oppressions and cruelties

of Irish revenue officers, 440—state of Ireland little known or con-
sidered of in this country, 441-remarks on the measures which
have been adopted during the last twenty years for suppression of
illicit distillation, ib.-mode of levying fines, 446-no provision
made for the case of absentees, 449—the whole scheme of sta-
tutes for preventing illicit distillation unconstitutional and unjust,
450—cases of Mr Young and Mr Alexander Stewart of Airds,
451-distressing case of John Docherty, 453—consequences of
this system upon the morals and habits of the people, ib.--descrip-
tion of the Town-land fining system in the courts of Justice, 455–
proper remedies for suppression of illicit distillation have never

been adequately tried, 459_character of Mr Chichester, 460.
Cornwallis, Lord, financial and judicial reforms in India by, 27.
Crossmaire, Marquis de, portrait of, 52.
Cortes, Histoire de, par M. Sempere, 94.

D

D'Epinay, Madame, Mémoires et Correspondance de, 44-anecdotes

of her early life, ib.-remarks on the manners of the French, 45–
extracts, ib. 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53-character of Made-
moiselle d'Ette, 46-anecdotes of Jean Jacques Rousseau, 47-of
David Hume, 50—of Voltaire, 51-portrait of the Marquis de

Crossmaire, 52–character of the work, ib.
D'Ette, Mademoiselle, character of, 46.
Doudeswell, Mr, extract from his report on the state of police in

Bengal, 37.
England, Bank of, observations by Ricardo on the, 53.
Esquimaus, remarks on the manners and religion of the, 345.

F
Fellenberg, M. de, Rapport presenté à S. M. l'Empereur Alexandre,

par S. E. M. de Compte de Capo D'Istria, sur les Etablissemens
de, 150_remark on his manner of Education, 151-extract from
Mr Brougham's evidence before the Education Committee, 156–
from M. C. Pictet, 158-remarkable effects of Mr Fellenberg's

system of economy, 163.
Ferrers, Lord, description of his death, 89.

to Mr Adams, ib.-extract from the Boston Sentinel, 140_indow
lence of the American character, ib.-- Palmer on American va
garity, 141--Bradbury's description of the manners of the people
west of the Alleghaneys. ib.- American literature, 141—religion,
ib.-bad effects of slavery, 146_Mr Hall's picture of a slave song,

ib.-slave laws, 147_remarks on emigration, 149.
Bright, Richard, M. D., his travels from Vienna through Lover

Hungary, with some remarks on the state of Vienna during the
Congress in the year 1814, 214-character of the work, 215–45
tract from Mr Bright's description of the Redoute at Vienna, 216
-of the Prater, 217—remarks on literary talent at Vienna, 218–
on society, ib.-evening amusements, 219-dinner parties, ib-
appearance of the country and peasants of Hungary, 220-domes.
tic economy, 221– description of the gold and silver mines at
Schemnitz and Kremnitz, 292—of Buda, 223-government of
Hungary, ib.—religion, 225-military force, 226-revenue, 297

- singular manner of the possession and distribution of land, ibo-
adininistration of laws, 229-agricultural school established 33
Kesthely, 252-produce of lands, 233—mineralogical curiosities,
231-earthquakes, ib.-description of the coronation of Joseph

the First, 235-account of the gypsies of Spain, ib.
British Poets, Campbell's specimens ot, (see Campbell.) 462.
Brougham, H. Esq., extracts from his evidence before the Education
Commitree, 156.

11. Esq., M. P. F. R. S., his Letter to Sir Samuel Romil.
ly, upon the abuse of Charities, 497-endeavours of his adversaries
to give his letter the colour of a party question, ib.-circumstan-
ces traced which had led to this desperate course of hostility, ib-
the accusations which have been brought together for the purpose
of darkening the question, shown to be groundless, 501-extraci
from Mr Brougham's letter on the powers granted to the Corinis

.
sioners, 511-remarks on the cases of Mere, 514–Spital, 516–
Reading, 518-Yeovil and Wellingborough, ib.-Croydon Hos-
pital, 519–Pocklington, 525-St Bees, 527—and Huntingdon
Hospital, 531-general observations on the charges alleged against
the Committee, 533—-extracts from Mr Brougham's letter, 539–
character of the work, 543_remarks on the conduct of the Dean

of Westminster, 546.
Burke, Mr, his opinion on the influence acquired by the ministry in

India, 12.

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Campbell, Thomas, his specimens of British Poets, with Biographical

and Critical Notices, and an Essay on English Poetry, 462-cha-
racter of the work, ib.-anecdote of Mr Sheridan, 469—perishable
nature of poetical fame, ib. no age so prolific of popular poetry
as the present, 471-observations on the poetry produced in the

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