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Mr Lizars, surgeon, author of the System of the Anatomical Plates, has announced for publication an account of his successful operations for the removal of enlarged Ovaria from the Female AbdoIn one of these cases, the abdominal cavity from the storrum to the os pubis was laid open, and an Ovarium extracted, which measures eleven inches long, by seven and a half broad, and weighs upwards of five pounds. The Work is to be in demy folio, and to be accompanied with four Plates, coloured after nature. The first showing the situation and appearance of the Viscera and enlarged Ovarium, during the operation. Second, the extent and appearance of the wound when healed. Third, front view of the Ovarium, the natural size. Fourth, lateral view of the Ovarium, the natural size.
Preparing for publication, a New Edition of Lord Stair's Institutions of the Law of Scotland, with copious Additions and Illustrations. By George Brodie, Esq. Advocate. The first part of this work will be published in November next, and the following part in the course of the Summer Session 1826.
Mr Peter Buchan, of Peterhead, is preparing for publication, Gleanings of Scottish, English, and Irish Scarce Old Bal lads, chiefly Tragical and Historical; many of them connected with the locali
ties of Aberdeenshire, and to be found in no other Collection. With Explanatory Notes. A good many of the Ballads have been taken down by the Editor from the mouths of very old Women.
A Translation of Dr Gall's work on Phrenology; to be published in Parts, price 4s. each. The first part will be ready in July.
The Common-place Book of Anecdotes.
Testimonies in Favour of Salt as a Manure, and a Condiment for Horses, Cows, and Sheep. By the Rev. B. Dacre. 8vo. 6s.
Mr Fraser has announced a Work, in three volumes, large 8vo, to be published by subscription, price to subscribers, two Guineas, entitled Killinn; or Portraits, Pictures, and Lyrics, with Relics, Memoirs, and Tracts, illustrative of national Principle and Character, Civil and Rural Economy, Antiquities, Language, Ancient Poetry and Music of the Highlands and Isles of Scotland.
Part X. of Pugin's Public Buildings of London. This number completes the first volume of the work, which may now be had in bds. Price L. 2, 12s. 6d.
Designs for Sepulchral Monuments, Tombs, Mural Tablets, &c. By George Maliphant. Thirty-six large quarto Plates, Price L. 1, 1s.
Chambers' (Sir William) Civil Architecture. By Joseph Gwilt, architect. 2 vols. imperial 8vo, with 66 beautiful - Engravings, L.4, 4s.
Longman & Co.'s Catalogue of Old Books, Part III. for 1824-25.
The Edinburgh Annual Register, for the year 1824, nearly ready.
Mr Chambers, Author of " Traditions of Edinburgh," &c., is engaged in making a collection of the Popular Rhymes of Scotland, which he designs to illustrate with Historical and Traditionary Notices.
MONTHLY LIST OF NEW PUBLICATIONS.
A Third Edition of "Traditions of Edinburgh," No. I.; and a Second Edition of No. II., together with No. IV. of the same work, are preparing.
Boosey and Sons' French Catalogue, 1825; also their German Catalogue, 1825; containing a variety of editions of the best authors,-Plays, Old German Poetry, &c.
The public are respectfully inPart VIII. of Chambers' Civil Archi- formed, the prices of most of the books tecture. Price 5s.
in these catalogues are from 15 to 25 per cent lower than the prices of their last catalogues.
Diary of Henry Teonge, Chaplain in the Royal Navy in 1675-9. 8vo.
Memoirs of the Countess de Genlis, 2 vols. 8vo. 18s.
Memoirs of Count Segur. English, Cobbett. 2s. and 3s. Gd.
Practical Chemical Mineralogy, intended as a Companion to the "Portable Mineralogical Cabinet." By Frederick Joyce, Operative Chemist. 9s.
A Short and Easy Introduction to Heraldry, in two Parts, compiled from the most approved Authorities. By Hugh Clark. 12s.
Parts I. II. and III. of Popular Mo'dern Geography, being a Description of the various Kingdoms of the World. The whole illustrated with an Atlas of thirtysix Maps. To be completed in twentyfive Parts, published monthly or oftener, forming one handsome octavo volume. By Alexander Jamieson.
Part VI. of Views on the Rhine, in Belgium, and Holland. By Captain Batty, of the Grenadier Guards, F. R. S. Imperial Svo, price 12s.; royal 4to, proofs 8s.; royal 4to, proofs on India paper, L.1, 11s. 6d.; proofs and etchings, L.2, 2s.
Views in Wales, from Drawings by Captain Batty, of the Grenadier Guards, F. R. S. These Views are printed uniformly with the "European Scenery." Imperial 8vo, price L. 2, 2s. boards; royal 4to, proofs, L. 4, 4s.; India proofs, L 6, 6s. ; India proofs and etchings, L.8, 8s.
A Lithographic Drawing of the RailRoad from Hetton Colliery to the River Wear. A description of the Rail-Road is given with the Drawing. 5s.
A lithographic Sketch of the North Bank of the Thames, from Westminster Bridge to London Bridge, showing the proposed Quay and some other Improvements, suggested by Lieutenant-Colonel Trench. To which are annexed, a Survey of that part of the River, and a Prospectus of the proposed Plan. 10 plates. L.2, 103.
A Portrait of William Cobbett, Esq. This whole-length Portrait is engraved, by Permission, from a large and beautiful Chalk Drawing in the possession of Mr
A Print of Lord Byron, beautifully executed in Lithography, from a Sketch made from the Life at Missolonghi, six weeks before his Lordship's death.
Etchings. By D. Wilkie, R. A. Folio, L.2, 2s.
Part VI. of Hakewill's Picturesque Tour of Jamaica; containing Holland Estate, the Property of G. W. Taylor, Esq. M. P.; Witney Estate, the Property of Viscount Dudley and Ward.— Iron Bridge, Spanish Town, will be published on the 1st of May.
Lambeth and the Vatican; or, Anecdotes of the Church of Rome, the Reformed Churches, and distinguished Secta and Sectaries of the Christian Religion in all Ages; collected in the Public Libraries of Italy, France, and England. By a Member of the University of Oxford. 3 vols. L.1, Is.
The Man of Sin in a Decline, according to the Prophecy of St Paul. By the Rev. J. Nicholson, A.M. Curate of Great Paxton.
A Sermon, on the Death of Joseph Cotton, Esq. preached in the Parish Church of Layton, on Sunday, the 6th February, 1825.
Part III. of Sermons, and Plans of Sermons, on many of the most important Texts of Holy Scripture. By the late Rev. Joseph Benson. 8vo, 6s. bds.
VOYAGES AND TRAVELS.
Stuart's Antiquities of Athens; new edition, with considerable additions. Part I. 6s. To be completed in forty Parts.
Notes on Mexico, accompanied by an Historical Sketch of the Revolution, and Translation of Official Report on the present State of that Country. By J. R. Poinsett. 8vo, 12s.
Analysis of the Modern London Ball Room. Post 8vo, 7s. 6d. bds.
Part I. of A Picturesque Tour of the Rivers Ganges and Jumna, in India; containing highly-finished and coloured Engravings of the most remarkable Objects and magnificent Scenery on those Rivers, from Drawings taken on the Spot; with Illustrations Historical and Descriptive. By Lieut.-Colonel Forrest. Each Part will contain four Views; besides which, several Vignettes and a Map will be given. To be completed in six Parts.
Journal of a Residence and Travels in Colombia, during the Years 1823 and 1824. By Captain Charles Stuart Cochrane of the Royal Navy. 2 vol. 8vo, L. 1, 10s.
Totham's Ornaments. Parts I. and II. folio, 4s. each. To be completed in twenty-one Parts.
A Report of the Trial of Mr Thomas Menzies, before the High Court of Justiciary, for an Assault upon Mr William Auld of Leith, taken in short-hand by James W. Dickson, Esq. Advocate, and John Dow, W.S. and carefully revised. 35.
The Principles of Chronology; or, the Art of Measuring Time. Adapted for private study, or school exercises. 6d.
Memorials of the Public Life and Character of the Right Hon. James Oswald of Dunnikier. Contained in a Correspondence with some of the most distinguished Men of the last Century. 16s.
Objections to the Proposed Bill" For better regulating the Forms of Process in the Courts of Law," and to the Present System of administering Justice in Scotland; and Suggestions for re-modelling the Bill, or framing another, for the purpose of improving the Forms, lessening the Expense and Delays of Procedure, and preventing Appeals to the House of Lords. By the Author of the Objections to the Scots New Judicature Bill, published in the Edinburgh Magazine. 8vo, 5s.
A Discourse on the Rise, Progress, Peculiar Objects, and Importance, of Political Economy; containing an Outline of a Course of Lectures on the Principles and Doctrines of that Science. By J. R. M'Culloch, Esq. Second Edition, corrected and enlarged. 8vo, 5s. 6d. bds.
Illustrations of the Author of Waverley; being Notices and Anecdotes of Real Characters, Scenes, and Incidents. supposed to be described in his Works. By Robert Chambers. Second Edition, 12mo, 5s.
A Series of Analytical Lessons, Exhibiting the Principal Difficulties of the French Language; explained after the manner of the best French Grammarians, with Instructions to guide the Pupil in Translating from English into French. No. I. 1s. 6d.
Ralph Gemmel, an Authentic Narrative. By the Author of "Helen of the Glen. With a fine Engraving. 18mo.
A Dissertation on the Scriptural Authority, Nature, and Uses of Infant Baptism. By Ralph Wardlaw, D.D. 12mo, 3s. and 8vo, 5s.
The Persecuted Family, a Narrative of the Sufferings endured by the Presbyterians in Scotland during the Reign of Charles II. By the Author of " Helen of the Glen." "With a fine Engraving. 18mo, 2s.
My Father's Fire-side, or some particulars of my early years. 18mo. with a fine Engraving. 1s. 6d.
The New Caliope, No. IV. a Selection of British, and occasionally Foreign Melodies, newly arranged for the PianoForte, with Vignettes to each song; the Music and Vignettes engraved on copper, by John Beugo. 7s.
The Cabinet; or, the Selected Beauties of Literature. By John Aitken. Second Series. Part VI. 1s. 6d.