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WORKS PREPARING FOR PUBLICATION.
Mr Mitchell is preparing for the press, a Dictionary to combine the Classic and Modern Greek Languages, distinguishing Words as common or peculiar to either. And a Compendium of mere Modern Words.
Tales of the Wild and the Wonderful, original and translated; containing the Prediction The Yellow Dwarf-Der Freischutz-The Fortunes of De la Pole-and the Lord of the Maelstram. Post 8vo.
In the press, a Chronological Epitome of the Wars in the Low Countries, from the Peace of the Pyrenees in 1659, to the Treaty of Paris, in 1815; with Reflections, Military and Political. By Colonel Sir James Carmichael Smyth, Bart.
Proposals have been circulated for pub lishing, by subscription, in about 50 quarterly parts, Species Conchyliorum; or de scriptions of all the known Species of recent Shells. By G. B. Sowerby, F.L.S. &c. Illustrated by coloured plates, by J. D. C. Sowerby. The descriptions in this work will be given in Latin and English. The number of species and varieties to be described and figured are five thousand, which will be contained in from nine hun dred to one thousand plates.
An Historical Dissertation is preparing for publication, upon the Origin, Duration, and Antiquity of Surnames. By William Kingdom, Esq.
A Volume, containing many Letters to and from Pope, Steele, Gay, Bolingbroke, with some Poetical Fragments, by Pope, will shortly be published. They are from original MSS., and will be printed uniformly with Roscoe's edition, to which the work will form a Supplement.
The Student's Assistant, or Derivative Explanatory Index, containing the princi pal Terms used in Anatomy, Botany, Che mistry, Medicine, and Surgery. By John Charles, Litchfield.
A complete Treatise on Rail Roads, &c. By Nicholas Wood, Esq. of Killingsworth Colliery, Newcastle-on-Tyne, is announ ced for next month.
We understand the author of "Smiles and Tears," is preparing a New Series for the press.
The Rev. Henry George White will soon publish in one volume, the ReadingDesk; or, Practical Remarks upon the Reading of the Liturgy; with Notes upon its Construction, embodying the Substance of a Series of Sermons, preached at the Asylum for Female Orphans.
A Commentary upon the Creed commonly called Athanasian, and a Justification of the Church of England for using it in her Liturgy. By J. C. Prattent, LL.B. of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge.
Norris, A. M. Perpetual Curate of St John's Chapel, Hackney; Prebendary of Llandaff, and Chaplain to the Earl of Shaftesbury.
The Rev. Dr Wait is about to publish two or three additional volumes of Arabian Nights' Entertainments, from the Arabic MSS. in the public library of Cambridge.
A quarto volume is announced, entitled,
The Memoirs of Zeliin-ed-Din Nucham med Baber, Emperor of Hindostan, and written by himself; it will be translated into English, partly by the late Dr Leyden, and partly by W. Erskine, Esq.
The Village Pastor; by one of the authors of Body and Soul.
Roman Nights; or Dialogues at the Tombs of the Scipios, from the Italian of Verri, will shortly appear.
Colonel Forrest, author of a Tour of the Ganges and Jumna, announces for publication, a Picturesque Tour through the Provinces of Lower and Upper Canada.
Historical Notes respecting the Indians of North America, with Remarks on the attempts made to convert and civilize them.
A Picturesque and Descriptive Tour in the Mountains of the High Pyrenees, is announced for publication.
A Work on the Religions of Ancient Greece, the Public, the Mystical, and the Philosophical; by William Mitford, Esq.
The Third Volume of W. Savage Landor, Imaginary Conversations of Literary Men, will soon be published.
Massenburg; a Tale, in 3 vols. 12mo. Ambition; a Novel, in 3 vols. 12mo. A new edition of the Rev. John Bird, junior's, Essay on the Records of the Creation, revised and corrected by the author, will shortly be published.
The Rev. J. T. James, author of Travels in Russia and Poland, has in the press The Sceptism of To-day; or, The Common Sense of Religion Considered.
Agriculture; with their Common and Botanical Names, their respective Characters and evil Qualities, whether as inthe Soil. Also, Practical Remarks on festing Samples of Corn, or encumbering their Destruction by Fallowing, or otherwise. The Posthumous Work of Ben
jamin Holdich, Esq. late Editor of the Farmer's Journal.
Brother Jonathan; or, the New Englanders, 3 vols. post 8vo, will appear early in June.
Early in June will be published in 1
Mr Robert Sweet, F.L.S., (author of the Geraniaccæ, and other Botanical Works,) intends giving a complete History, with the best method of cultivation, of that beautiful tribe of Plants called Cistus, or Rock Rose, at present so little known, or greatly confused. The Work will appear in Numbers every alternate Month, commencing with July, containing four coloured figures from ving specimens cultivated in this country.
Colonel C. J. Napier has in the press a Memoir on the Roads of Cefalonia, with plans for their defence, to which is added, a Statistical Account of the Islands, with averages as to climate.
Edward's Botanical Register, vol. X. containing ninety-six coloured portraits of the rarest and finest exotic plants, with their history, mode of cultivation, &c. L. 2, 9s.
Memoirs of the Life and Adminstration of the Right Hon. William Cecil, Lord Burleigh, Lord High Treasurer of England in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, with Extracts from his Private and Offcial Correspondence, and other Papers, now first published from the Originals. By the Rev. Edward Nares, D.D. Regius Professor of Modern History in the University of Oxford.
Sketches of Corsica; or, a Journal of a Visit to that Island, an outline of its History, and specimens of the Language and Poetry of the People. Illustrated with views. By R. Benson.
College Recollections, in 2 vols. will soon appear.
Miss Landon has a new volume of Poetry in the press, entitled, The Troubadour.
Historical and Literary Tour of a Foreigner in England and Scotland, is announced for publication.
vol. 12mo, A Summer's Ramble in the North Highlands.
Cases decided on Appeal from the Court of Session in the House of Lords, from 1821, reported by Patrick Shaw, Esq. Advocate.
No. I. of a Series of Forty Views, il
lustrative of the Picturesque Scenery of the River Clyde, and its Tributary Streams, by D. C. Hill, author of "Sketches of Scenery in Perthshire," to be completed in Eight Numbers.
A Statement of the Experience of Scotland with regard to the Education of the People, with remarks on the intended application of the Schoolmasters to Parliament.
The First Number of a new periodical, "The Dumfries Monthly Magazine," is announced to appear early in July.
In the press, and in a few days will be published, a Critical Examination of Dr Macculloch's Work on the "Highlands and Western Isles of Scotland," contain
MONTHLY LIST OF NEW PUBLICATIONS.
The First Part of Mr Nichols's Collection of "The Progresses, Processions, and Splendid Entertainments of King James the First. Illustrated by Historical, Topographical, Biographical, and Bi. bliographical Notes." The Tenth Part of The Progresses of Queen Elizabeth," which completes the Work.
The History and Antiquities of the Tower of London, with Memoirs of Royal and Distinguished Persons, deduced from Records, State Papers, and Manuscripts, and from other original and authentic sources. By John Bayley, Esq. F.R.S. F.S. A. of the honourable Society of the Inner Temple, and one of his Majesty's Sub-Commissioners on the Public Records. L.3, 3s. India paper, L.5, 5s. CHEMISTRY.
ing a Refutation of his Calumnies and Misrepresentations concerning the Manners, Character, and Present Condition of the Highlanders; an estimate of his Literary Qualifications; together with some Remarks on his Statements in justification of the violent improvements which have been recently introduced in the North, and on the actual state of High-land Economy and Population.
A Treatise on the Dairy Breed of Cows, and Dairy Husbandry, &c. By William Aiton.
An Attempt to establish the First Principles of Chymistry by Experiment. By Thomas Thomson, M.D. 2 vols. 8vo. L.1, 10s.
Observations on the System of the Patent Laws; with Outlines of a Plan proposed in substitution for it. By Joseph Astley, Esq.
Corpus Poetarum, Part I., comprising Catullus, Lucretius, Virgilius, Tibullus, and Propertius. An edition of the Latin Poets, in a portable form, so as to offer a complete body of reference, accessible on all occasions, has long been an object of desire amongst scholars. The present work contains the entire text of the whole of the classical Latin Poets in one volume, printed from the best editions, with great beauty and correctness, and edited by a Scholar of the first eminence. It is proposed to publish this Work in Six Parts, a Part to appear in every two months. 8vo. 7s. 6d.
A Copious Latin Grammar, by I. J. G. Scheller; translated from the German, with Alterations, Notes, and Additions. By George Walker, M. A., late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
The Continuation of "An Attempt to Illustrate the Rules of English Grammar," and to Explain the Nature and Uses of the several Particles. 1s. 6d.
Lhomond; or, a French Grammar, in Twelve Lessons; or, The Principles of the French Language grammatically explained in English, by Question and Answer. New Edition. Dedicated to his Excellency Prince de Polignac. By C. A. A. Devisscher, Professor of the French Language. 3s.
The Theory of Composition; with Ex-, amples in Latin, Prose and Verse, freely translated into English. For the Assistance of Youth. By Robert Burnside, A.M. 4s. 6d.
Thirty-three Original Designs from Gay's Fables, drawn and etched by the late C. Muss. 4to. 14s.
Maps and Plans illustrative of Herodotus, chiefly selected from D'Anville, Rennell, Anacharsis, and Gail.-List of the Maps and Plans:-The World, Northern Greece, Southern Greece, Coast of Asia Minor, Egypt, the Delta, Scythia, Battle of Marathon, Xerxes' Bridge, Battle of Thermopyla, Battle of Salamis, Battle of Platæa, Samos, Mycale, Asia, Lybia, Athens, Babylon.-Also Maps and Plans illustrative of Thucydides. 10s. 6d.
Sir Joshua Reynolds. A Descriptive.
NOVELS AND TALES.
A Peep at the Pilgrims in 1636. A Tale of Olden Times. 3 vols. 12mo, 18s. The Abduction; or, The Adventures of Major Sarney; a Story of the Time of Charles II. 3 vols. L.1, 1s.
The Castle Chapel; a Romantic Tale. By Regina Maria Roche.
The Novice; or, the Man of Integrity. From the French of L. B. Picard, Author of the Gil Blas of the Revolution, &c. 3 vols. 12mo.
Ned Clinton; or, the Commissary. Comprising Adventures and Events during the Peninsular War, with curious and original Anecdotes of Military and other Remarkable Characters.
Tales, by the O'Hara Family: containing Crohoore of the Bill-Hook, the Fetches, and John Doo. 3 vols. post 8vo.
Leonard and Gertrude; or a Book for the People. Translated from the German of Pestolazzi,
Bacchus in Tuscany; a Dithyrambic Poem. From the Italian of Francesco Redi. With Notes, original and select. By Leigh Hunt. 7s. 6d.
Foreign Melodies. The Words by Harry S. Van Dyk. Esq. the Symphonies and Accompaniments by T. A. Rawlings. Dedicated to the Honourable Misses Waldegrave.
Ignez De Castro; a Tragedy. By Antonio Ferreira, Translated from the Portuguese, by Thomas Moore Musgrave. 7s. 6d.
Scrapiana Poetica. By the Author of "Juan Secundus." 3s.
The Lay of Truth; a Poem. By the Rev. James Joyce, Curate of Hitcham, near Maidenhead. 8vo, 6s.
Proofs that the Holy Communion, in both Kinds, was administered to the Laity, within the Parish of Nortram, and Diocese of Durham, before the Reformation. A Letter to the Honourable and Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Durham. By James Raine, Rector of Meldon.
A Sermon for the Irish Society of London, preached in Percy Chapel, Charlotte Street, Rathbone-Place, on Tuesday, the 6th of April, 1824. By the Rev. Hugh M'Neile, A. M., Rectory of Albury, Surrey; and Chaplain to his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, and his Grace the Lord Archbishop of Dublin. Price 1s. 6d.
Prayers for Families; selected from Scott, Venn, Mason, and others. By the Rev. Thomas Webster. M. A. 2s. 6d.
Letters and Papers of the late Reverend Thomas Scott, never before printed. Selected and edited by the Rev. John Scott, A.M., Vicar of North Ferriby, &c. With a fine portrait, 12s.
Cottage Sermons; or, Short Discourses addressed to plain people; being principally designed for the use of pious Cottagers, and those in humble Life, who have not leisure to read, at the seasons of Social Prayer or Family Worship, more extended discourses. By the Rev. Charles Dany. 4 vols. 4s. 6d. each.
A Defence of the true and Catholic Doctrine of the Sacrament of the Body and Blood of our Saviour Christ. By the most Rev. Thomas Cranmer, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. To which is prefixed, an Introduction, by the Rev. Henry John Tod, M. A. F.S. A., Chaplain in Ordinary to his Majesty, and Rector of Settrington, Yorkshire.
Justification by Faith. A Course of Sermons preached before the University of Cambridge, in the month of January, 1825. By the Rev. John William Whittaker, B.D., Fellow of St John's College, Cambridge, Vicar of Blackburn.
A Defence of the Reply to the "End of Religious Controversy;" being an Answer to the Rev. Dr Milne's Vindication of the Principles of Popery. By the Rev. Richard Grier, D.D.
A Defence of Religious Liberty, in a series of Letters, with Notes and Illustrations from a Lover of Truth. By the Author of Sermons on Christian Responsibility.
VOYAGES AND TRAVELS.
Travels among the Arab Tribes inhabiting the Countries east of Syria and Palestine; including a Journey from Nazareth to the Mountains beyond the Dead Sea; from thence through the Plains of the Hauran to Bozra, Damascus, Tripo