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tended to supersede the former Machine nicis. S. S. Bibliorum versionibus addiat Marly, with an account of a method of dit C. Th. de Murr. 8vo. pp. 83. with a gupplying the town and ridens of Ver , plate. This is a reprint with several adsailles, with water, withou applying thv ditions, of a Memoir inserted in the 7th moving force of the river. This Memoir and 9th Volumes of the Journal of History, was submitted to the class of National of Arts and of Literature. Science and Mathematics of the Institute, M. Th. Soemmering has published at 18th May, 1806. MM. Monge, Coulomb Franckfort, a Description of the Organs and Prony, were deputed to report on it, of Hearing ; ( Abbildungen des menschlichen who were of opinion, that it merited the Hoer-Organs : folio, 5 plates. II fjor. commendation of the class, and that Dillwyn's Synopsis of British Conthe author should be desired to publish his fervæ, has been translaterl and published mea oir and his designs. Tho report was by M. M.T. Weber, M. and H. Mohr, and confirmed by the class at its sitting of the published at Gottingen. (Grosbrittuniens 19th June 1806. (Projet une nouvelle Conferven. 8vo. 20 grs.) machine hydraulique pour remplacer l'ancienne M. G. Londes has published a Syste machine de Marly, &c. 4to 2 large plates, matic Catalogue of Plants, growing sponpr. 5 fr.)
taneously in the Environs of Gottingen; M. Bedault
has published a Bibliotheque it contains the phænogamea, according to universelle des Dames. 2 Vol 18 francs : the first 23 classes of Linnæus. (Verhey contain; 1. A Grammar. 2. A zeichniss der wildwachsenden Pflangen. GotTreatise on Orthography. 3. On Pronun- tingen, 8 gr.) ciation. 4. On Versification.
The first number of an Herbal, con
taining the plants themselves, properly M. J. J. Wagner has commenced, at prepared, and fixed.on pasteboard, has Leipzic, a Journal of the Sciences and has been published at Salzbourg by R. Arts; M M. Eschenmayer, Hüz, Hebel, Priers: it consists of a collection of the and others, have prom sed their co-ope- poisonous plants. (Saurmlung der Wurzelni, ration. (Journal für Wissenschaft und &c. 4 rxd. 8 gr.) Kunst. No. 1. 8vo. 16 gr).
A Selection of Pieces in Poetry and M. M. J. Wolf, and B. Meyer, have Prose, chiefly extracted from various pepublished at Nuremberg, Nos. 1 to 9, of riodical works, is published by M. A. E. the Natural History of German Birds, de Eschke, at Berlin. (Kleine Schrifften) scribed and designed from nature. The 8vo. 20. gr.) first two numbers of this work were pub- A work intended for the amusement lished under the title of “ The Birds of and information of its readers, has been Franconia," but now the Editors, no longer commenced at Dantzig, intitled, Miscelconfining themselves within the same geo- lanies relating to Man, and to the History graphical limits, take more extensive of the World. The two volumes pubscope in their title. To each species is lished contain accounts of, or Essays on, added the German, French, Latin, and the following subjects ;-Vol. I. i. The English Synonymes; these are followed by Union of Calmar. 2. The Islands in the the character of the species, and the de- Gulf of Finland, 3. The Man in the Iron scription of the individual bird in parti- Mask-Vol. II. 1. Philip Augustus, king cular; that is, its native Country, habits, of France. 2. Charles 6 and 7, Kings of food, propagation, nidification, its useful France. 3. The Hot-springs and Volca: and noxious qualities; description of its va- noes of Iceland. 4. Ivan, and the trourieties, and some anatomical observations. bles of Russia, in 1764. (Naturgeschicte der Voegel Deutschlands.) A periodical publication has been com
M. F. Bouterwerk has published at menced at Leipzic, by M.J. A. Bugh, Leipzic, a work entitled Essays on the Fine intended to give an account of every parArts: Vol. 1. contains an Essay on the ticular worthy of notice, relating to In: Theory of the Beautiful in Nature, and dia, it consists of extracts from voyages in the Arts. Vol. 2. The Theory of the and other works of a similar description, Fine Arts.
from which this kind of information may M. Halle bas now published the follow. be derived. Four numbers (making one ing work on the state of the Jews and Jewn yolume 4te. 24 plates, pr. 6 rxd.) are to be ish Literature in China.--Ignatii Kægleri, published in a year. (Magazin über Asians S. J. Pekini inathematici tribunalis præ- Vol. 1. No. 1. (rxd. 12 gr.) sidiis mandarini secundi ordinis, &c. No- Mr. Walther, Bookseller at Erlangen, titiæ, S. S. Bibliorum Judæorum in Impe has publishert Georgii Augusti Goldfuss, rio Sinensi. Editio altera auctior. Se. Doctoris Medicinæ et Chirurgiæ Enumeriem chronologicam atque diatriben de Sie ratio Insectorum Eleutheratorum Capetis
Boni Spei totiusque Africæ Descriptione iconibusque nonnullarum
specierum A committee of the Academy of Sci. nuvarum illustrata. Cum tabula aenea. ences at Petersburg, has laid before that The Author was sent by his Majesty the Body the project of a system of “ Rules King of Prussia, to collect Natural for writing Russian Words with foreign Productions, at the Cape of Good Hope, Characters, &c. foreign Words with Rusand hence we m reasonably expect many sian Characters.” Two alphabets, the valuable additions to the Description of German, and French, are made use of to Nature.
render the pronunciation of Russian words M. L. Storr has published Researches intelligible to strangers. The plan was into the Nature and Treatment of Hypo- approved by the Academy, and it will be condriasis. (Untersuchengen über den Be- of great utility with respect to Russian grif. 8vo. Stutgard, 1 tlor. 12 kr.) names which have been much disfigured
M. H. T. Elsaesser has published at by the various ways of writing them used Stutgard, an Essay on Operating for the by French, German, and English writers. Cataract (Ueber die operation des grauen Staars frc. 24 kr.)
At Carlskrona M. E. H. af. Chapman,
Vice Admiral of the Swedish Navy, Dr. Lübeck has commenced a work en- Knight of the order of the Sword, &e titled Ungrische Miscellen, Hungarian Mig, has published in quarto Försök till en Thecellanies. Three numbers are publish- oretisk afhandlung, &c. An Essay towards a ed.
'Theoretical Treatise to give to Line of M. Jos. Heggi has published at Pesth, Battle Ships their proper Dimensions and a' Hungarian translation of Cicero's, Form; likewise to Frigates and other letters-and also a Library for Youth.' armed Vessels: it contains upwards of
40 folio plates. It is dedicated to his The censure of Literary Works is abo- Swedish Majesty. lished at Milan; but authors are to be
SWITZERLAND. henceforth held to their responsibility, A Jewish newspaper, in the Hebrew and an office for superintending the Li- language is about to make its appearance berty of the Press is set up to prevent at Basle, principally on the subject of all abuse of that privilege.
the deliberation which occupies the assenbly at Paris.
ART. XXXI. LIST OF WORKS RECENTLY PUBLISHED.
duction to Mr. Boucher's Supplement to An Address to the Commoners, and a Dr. Johnson's Dictionary, by G. Odell, Letter to Mr. Tunnard, the Solicitor, &c. M. A. on the Drainage of the East, West, and The English and French Languages, Wildmore Fens, by the Rev. E. Walls. 6d. compared in their Grammatical construcBIOGRAPHY.
tions. In two parts, by M. Duverger, Memoirs of the Life of Col. Hutchinson, 2 vols. 12mo. 8s. bound. Governor of Nottingham Castle and
MEDICINE, Town, Member of the Long Parliament of Malvern Waters. Being a RepublicaOliver Cromwell, written by his Widow, tion of Cases, formerly collected by John Lucy, 4to. ll. lls. 6d. or large paper, Wall, M. D. of Worcester ; and sinee 21. 12s. 6d.
illustrated with Notes, &c. by his Son, The life of Thomas Chatterton, the Martin Wall, M. D. 3s. Poet, by J. Davis, 8vo. 4s.
Observations on the Nature, Kinds, EDUCATION.
Causes, and Prevention of Insanity. By D. Junii Juvenalis et A. Persii Flacci Thomas Arnold, 8vo. 168. bds. Satiræ ad Lectiones Probatiores diligenter Sketch of the Revolutions of Medical amendatae et Interpunctione Nova Sce- Science; and Views relating to its Rem pius Illustratæ Cura, J. Hunter, LL.D. form. By P. J. G. Cabanis, Member of 28. 6d.
the National Institute of France, &c. The Primitives of the Greek Tongue, Translated from the French, with Notes, in five Languages, viz. Greek, Latin, by A. Henderson, M. D. 8vo. English, Italian, and French ; in verse,
MISCELLANIES. by J. F. A. Roullier, 3s. 6d.
The British Neptune, or
a Navai An Essay on the Elements, Accents and History of Great Britain, from the time of Prosody of the English Language; in- Alfred, to the Victory of Trafalgar ; contended to have been printed as an Intro. taining a full and particular Narrative
in regular Chronological Series, of the The Political Picture of Europe, Ss. Er. Rise, Progress, and Triumphs, of the Three Letters to the Right Hon. George British Nary, in one closely printed vo- Tierney, one of the Representatives for lume, iHustrated with views of great the Borough of Southwark. Victories, and a Chart of the World. 7s, 60. bd. and lettered, and 9s. on fine Salvation by Christ alone, a Sermon paper, elegantly bound.
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A New Selection of 700 Evangelical The Independent Man, or an Essay on Hymns, (many original) intended as a the Formation and Developement of those Supplement to Dr. Watts's Psalms and Principles and Faculties which constitute Hymns. By J. Dobell, 18mo. 4s. 6d. bd. Moral and Intellectual Excellence, 2 vols. The Unitarian Doctrine completely re8vo. 18s,
futed, being a Friendly and Candid Address No. 16. Missionary Transactions, 1s. to Unitarians in general, as also a par
The Gentleman's Mathematical Com- ticular Reply to some late publications. panjon, for the Year 1807, (to be con- By the Rev. J. Proud, 2s. tinued annually), 1s. 6d.
Baptism: an Address, by P. Edwards, The Bibliographical Miscellany, or second edition, 6d. Supplement to the Bibliographical Dic- The English Liturgy, a « Form of tionary ; containing Alphabetical Sound Words.” A Sermon, delivered in Account of all the English Translatious the Parish Churches of St. Benet, of the Greek and Roman Classics, and of Gracechurch, St. Mary, Stoke-Newington, the Greek and Latin Fathers and others, and St. Mary, Islington. By George from the first attempt by William Caxton, Gaskin, D. D. Is. down to the present Year.
A Discourse occasioned by the Death of Clarke, 2 vols. 18s. bds.
the Right Hon. Charles James Fox, deThe Naval Heroes of Great Britain, livered at the Unitarian Chapel, in Essexor Accounts of the Lives and Actions of street, October 12th. 1806. By Thomas the distinguished Admirals and Com- Belsham, Is.. manders who bave contributed to confer A short Account of the Old Presbyteon Great Britain the Empire of the Ocean, rian Dissenters, comprehending also an from Sir Francis Drake, to Lord Nelson Abstract of their Principles. By the By William Burney, A. M. Master of the Rev. James Reed, 8vo. Is. Naval Academy at Gosport, &c. &c. A Course of Theological Lectures on the with Portraits and Maps, 7s. 6d. bd. or Peculiar Doctrines of Christianity. By 93. on fine paper.
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1021. l. 12, for truth, read truths.
Page ABOLITION of Slave Trade 468 Arabic and Persian Dictionary, Wil. Abernethy's Surgical Observations 625 kins' edition of Richardson's 581. 801 Account of British Institution , 388 Architectural Antiquities of Britain 150 Dr. S. Johnson
133 Architectüre, Dallaway's View on of Swedish Publications English
508 862. 1055 Arithmetic, Dubost's Commercial 152 Acts, Dick's Lectures on the 437 Arts, Fine, British
388 Adams's Atlas 477 Apxas, Salmon's
992 H. History of New England 932 Atkinson's Views of Picturesque CotAddress to British Grand Juries 931
927 Age of Frivolity
372" Austrians, Rohrer's Essay on 80 Agriculture, Communications to the Board of 67. 783
- 361 Baldwin's, Abp: Itinerary, translated 773 Alexandriad 934 Baldwin's Fables
314 Alley's Vindication of Lord Sheffield's Barry's History of the Orkneys 90 Strictures
714 Barrow's Voyage to Cochin China Almanac, Berlin
819. 889 Tyrol
80 Basanistes, New Way of deciding Alston's Hints on Drawing 469 Old Controversies
361 America, Parkinson's Tour in 165 Baxter, Extracts from
836 , North, Wakefield's Excur- Bayfield's Gleanings
1038 sions in
840 Bayle's Dictionary, Leipzig édition 574
766 American Annals, Holmes's - 749. 842 Bell's Principles of Surgery : 878 Literature 162. 576, 665. 749. Belligerent Rights Vindicate” 728 842. 960 Belsham's Sermon
556 Anatomy, Manual of
· 374 Bentley's Spiritual Telescope 155 Answer to War in Disguise 728 Beresford's Translation of the Song Inquiry on State of the of the Sun
44 Nation 935 Berlin Almanac
80 Antient Monuments explained by Bevans's Defence of the Doctrine of Mythology 765 the Friends
524 Antient Gallery
765 Biddulph's Sermon for Lord Nelson 159 Apocalypse, Woodhouse on the - 914 Bigland's Essays'
449 Appeal on sitting while Singing - 234
Letters on Natural History 928
Gifford's Designs for 746
376 Cromer considered as a Watering
462 Dawson's Thanksgiving Sermon - 662
440 Deaf and Dumb, Asylum for - - 235
Selecta Scholia R. Im.
Dissertatio de Corana 9587
29 Dictionary, Greek English Deriva.
Persian and Arabic 581,801,
Jay's, for Families 1002
937' Dulac's Trayels in Louisiana • 563
840 Dutch Literature - 766. 768.969
hain's and Mitchell's Essays on 363.535
748 East Indian Literature
819. 889 Edlin's Treatise on Bread-Making - 741
157. Wrangham and Mitchell's,
on civilizing India - 363. 535