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tended to supersede the former Machine at Marly, with an account of a method of supplying the town and dens of Ver, sailles, with water, withou, applying the moving force of the river. This Memoir was submitted to the class of National Science and Mathematics of the Institute, 12th May, 1806. MM. Monge, Coulomb and Prony, were deputed to report on it, who were of opinion, that it merited the commendation of the class, and that the author should be desired to publish his memoir and his designs. The report was confirmed by the class at its sitting of the 19th June 1806. (Projet d'une nouvelle machine hydraulique pour remplacer l'ancienne machine de Marly, &c. 4to 2 large plates, pr. 5 fr.)
M. Bedault has published a Bibliotheque universelle des Dames. 2 Vols. 18 francs : hey contain; 1. A Grammar. 2. A Treatise on Orthography. 3. On Pronunciation. 4. On Versification.
M. J. J. Wagner has commenced, at Leipzic, a Journal of the Sciences and Arts; M M. Eschenmayer, Hüz, Hebel, and others, have prom.sed their co-operation. (Journal für Wissenschaft und Kunst. No. 1. 8vo. 16 gr).
M. M. J. Wolf, and B. Meyer, have published at Nuremberg, Nos. 1 to 9, of the Natural History of German Birds, described and designed from nature. The first two numbers of this work were pub→ lished under the title of "The Birds of Franconia," but now the Editors, no longer confining themselves within the same geographical limits, take more extensive scope in their title. To each species is added the German, French, Latin, and English Synonymes; these are followed by the character of the species, and the description of the individual bird in particular; that is, its native Country, habits, food, propagation, nidification, its useful and noxious qualities; description of its varieties, and some anatomical observations. (Naturgeschicte der Voegel Deutschlands.)
M. F. Bouterwerk has published at Leipzic, a work entitled Essays on the Fine Arts: Vol. 1. contains an Essay on the Theory of the Beautiful in Nature, and in the Arts. Vol. 2. The Theory of the Fine Arts.
M. Halle bas now published the follow ing work on the state of the Jews and Jewish Literature in China.-Ignatii Kogleri, S. J. Pekini mathematici tribunalis præsidiis mandarini secundi ordinis, &c. Notitiæ, S. S. Bibliorum Judæorum in Imperio Sinensi. Editio altera auctior. Se riem chronologicam atque diatriben de Si
nicis. S. S. Bibliorum versionibus addi dit C. Th. de Murr. 8vo. pp. 83. with a plate. This is a reprint with several additions, of a Memor inserted in the 7th and 9th Volumes of the Journal of History, of Arts and of Literature.
M. Th. Soemmering has published at Franckfort, a Description of the Organs of Hearing; (Abbildungen des menschlichen Hoer-Organs: folio, 5 plates. II flor.
Dillwyn's Synopsis of British Confervæ, has been translated and published by M. M.T. Weber, M. and H. Mohr, and published at Gottingen. (Grosbrittaniens Conferven. 8vo. 20 grs.)
M. G. Londes has published a Syste matic Catalogue of Plants, growing spontaneously in the Environs of Gottingen; it contains the phænogamea, according to the first 23 classes of Linnæus. (Verzeichniss der wildwachsenden Pfiangen. Gottingen, 8 gr.)
The first number of an Herbal, containing the plants themselves, properly prepared, and fixed on pasteboard, has has been published at Salzbourg by R. Priers: it consists of a collection of the poisonous plants. (Saurmlung der Wurzeln, &c. 4 rxd. 8 gr.)
A Selection of Pieces in Poetry and Prose, chiefly extracted from various periodical works, is published by M. A. E. Eschke, at Berlin. (Kleine Schriffien) 8vo. 20 gr.)
A work intended for the amusement and information of its readers, has been commenced at Dantzig, intitled, Miscellanies relating to Man, and to the History of the World. The two volumes published contain accounts of, or Essays on, the following subjects; Vol. I. 1. The Union of Calmar. 2. The Islands in the Gulf of Finland, 3. The Man in the Iron Mask Vol. II. 1. Philip Augustus, king of France.
2. Charles 6 and 7, Kings of France. 3. The Hot-springs and Volca noes of Iceland. 4. Ivan, and the troubles of Russia, in 1764.
A periodical publication has been commenced at Leipzic, by M. J. A. Bugh, intended to give an account of every particular worthy of notice, relating to In dia, it consists of extracts from voyages and other works of a similar description, from which this kind of information may be derived. Four numbers (making one yolume 4to. 24 plates, pr. 6 rxd.) are to be published in a year. (Magazin über Asian, Vol. 1. No. 1. (rxd. 12 gr.).
Mr. Walther, Bookseller at Erlangen, has published Georgii Augusti Goldfuss, Doctoris Medicinæ et Chirurgia Enumeratio Insectorum Eleutheratorum Capetis
Boni Spei totiusque Africæ Descriptione iconibusque nonnullarum specierum novarum illustrata. Cum tabula aenea. The Author was sent by his Majesty the King of Prussia, to collect Natural Productions, at the Cape of Good Hope, and hence we may reasonably expect many valuable additions to the Description of Nature.
M. L. Storr has published Researches into the Nature and Treatment of Hypocondriasis. (Untersuchengen über den Begrif. 8vo. Stutgard, 1 flor. 12 kr.)
M. H. T. Elsaesser has published at Stutgard, an Essay on Operating for the Cataract (Ueber die operation des grauen Staars frc. 24 kr.)
Dr. Lübeck has commenced a work entitled Ungrische Miscellen, Hungarian Mis cellanies. Three numbers are published.
M. Jos. Heggi has published at Pesth, a Hungarian translation of Cicero's, letters and also a Library for Youth.
The censure of Literary Works is abolished at Milan; but authors are to be henceforth held to their responsibility, and an office for superintending the Liberty of the Press is set up to prevent all abuse of that privilege.
A committee of the Academy of Sciences at Petersburg, has laid before that Body the project of a system of "Rules for writing Russian Words with foreign Characters, &c. foreign Words with Russian Characters." Two alphabets, the German, and French, are made use of to render the pronunciation of Russian words intelligible to strangers. The plan was approved by the Academy, and it will be of great utility with respect to Russian names which have been much disfigured by the various ways of writing them used by French, German, and English writers.
At Carlskrona M. E. H. af. Chapman, Vice Admiral of the Swedish Navy, Knight of the order of the Sword, &c has published in quarto Försök till en Theoretisk afhandlung, &c. An Essay towards a Theoretical Treatise to give to Line of Battle Ships their proper Dimensions and Form; likewise to Frigates and other armed Vessels: it contains upwards of 40 folio plates. It is dedicated to his Swedish Majesty.
A Jewish newspaper, in the Hebrew language is about to make its appearance at Basle, principally on the subject of the deliberation which occupies the assembly at Paris.
ART. XXXI. LIST OF WORKS RECENTLY PUBLISHED.
An Address to the Commoners, and a Letter to Mr. Tunnard, the Solicitor, &c. on the Drainage of the East, West, and Wildmore Fens, by the Rev. E. Walls. 6d.
Memoirs of the Life of Col. Hutchinson, Governor of Nottingham Castle and Town, Member of the Long Parliament of Oliver Cromwell, written by his Widow, Lucy, 4to. 11. 11s. 6d. or large paper, 21. 12s. 6d.
The life of Thomas Chatterton, the Poet, by J. Davis, 8vo. 4s.
D. Junii Juvenalis et A. Persii Flacci Satiræ ad Lectiones Probatiores diligenter amendatae et Interpunctione Nova Scepius Illustratæ Cura, J. Hunter, LL.D. 2s. 6d.
The Primitives of the Greek Tongue, in five Languages, viz. Greek, Latin, English, Italian, and French; in verse, by J. F. A. Roullier, 3s. 6d.
An Essay on the Elements, Accents and Prosody of the English Language; intended to have been printed as an Intro
duction to Mr. Boucher's Supplement to Dr. Johnson's Dictionary, by G. Odell, M. A.
The English and French Languages, compared in their Grammatical constructions. In two parts, by M. Duverger, 2 vols. 12mo. 8s. bound.
Malvern Waters. Being a Republication of Cases, formerly collected by John Wall, M. D. of Worcester; and sinee illustrated with Notes, &c. by his Son, Martin Wall, M. D. 3s.
Observations on the Nature, Kinds, Causes, and Prevention of Insanity. By Thomas Arnold, 8vo. 16s. bds.
Sketch of the Revolutions of Medical Science; and Views relating to its Reform. By P. J. G. Cabanis, Member of the National Institute of France, &c. Translated from the French, with Notes, by A. Henderson, M. D. 8vo.
The British Neptune, or a Naval History of Great Britain, from the time of Alfred, to the Victory of Trafalgar; containing a full and particular Narrative,
in regular Chronological Series, of the Rise, Progress, and Triumphs, of the British Navy, in one closely printed volume, illustrated with Views of great Victories, and a Chart of the World. 7s. 6d. bd. and lettered, and 9s. on fine paper, elegantly bound.
A new Method of brewing Malt Liquor, in small quantities, for domestic use, by &. Rawlinson, 1s.
The Independent Man, or an Essay on the Formation and Developement of those Principles and Faculties which constitute Moral and Intellectual Excellence, 2 vols. 8vo. 18s.
No. 16. Missionary Transactions, 1s. The Gentleman's Mathematical Companion, for the Year 1807, (to be continued annually), 1s. 6d.
The Bibliographical Miscellany, or Supplement to the Bibliographical Dictionary; containing an Alphabetical Account of all the English Translations of the Greek and Roman Classics, and of the Greek and Latin Fathers and others, from the first attempt by William Caxton, down to the present Year. By Adam Clarke, 2 vols. 18s. bds.
The Naval Heroes of Great Britain, or Accounts of the Lives and Actions of the distinguished Admirals and Commanders who have contributed to confer on Great Britain the Empire of the Ocean, from Sir Francis Drake, to Lord Nelson. By William Burney, A. M. Master of the Naval Academy at Gosport, &c. &c. with Portraits and Maps, 7s. 6d. bd. or 9s. on fine paper.
The Accomptant's Guide, an Improved System of Practical Arithmetic, with an Appendix; containing Artificers, Measuring, &c. By James Morrison, 8vo. 4s. 6d. bds.
Encyclopædia for Youth; or an abridgment of all the Sciences, for the use of Schools of both Sexes. By John Joseph Stockdale, 11 plates, 8vo. 10s. 6d. bds.
Original Poetry by a Member of Christ College, Cambridge, small 8vo. 3s. bds.
Della Ragion Poetica trà Greci, Latini, et Italiani, de Vincenzo Gravina. Republicata, T. D. Matthias, 7s.
A Political Essay on the Commerce of Portugal, and her Colonies, particularly of Brazil, in South America. By J. J. Da Cunha de Azeredo Continho, 5s.
The Political Picture of Europe, Ss. 6d. Three Letters to the Right Hon. George Tierney, one of the Representatives for the Borough of Southwark.
Salvation by Christ alone, a Sermon preached at Orange-street Chapel, Portsea, July 13th. 1806. By James Churchill, Ongar, Essex. 6d.
A New Selection of 700 Evangelical Hymns, (many original) intended as a Supplement to Dr. Watts's Psalms and Hymns. By J. Dobell, 18mo. 4s. 6d. bd.
The Unitarian Doctrine completely refuted, being a Friendly and Candid Address to Unitarians in general, as also a particular Reply to some late publications. By the Rev. J. Proud, 2s.
Baptism: an Address, by P. Edwards, second edition, 6d.
The English Liturgy, a "Form of Sound Words." A Sermon, delivered in the Parish Churches of St. Bene't, Gracechurch, St. Mary, Stoke-Newington, and St. Mary, Islington. By George Gaskin, D. D. Is.
A Discourse occasioned by the Death of the Right Hon. Charles James Fox, delivered at the Unitarian Chapel, in Essexstreet, October 12th. 1806. By Thomas Belsham, Is..
A short Account of the Old Presbyterian Dissenters, comprehending also an Abstract of their Principles. By the Rev. James Reed, Svo. Is.
A Course of Theological Lectures on the Peculiar Doctrines of Christianity. By the Rev. Joseph Robertson, Edinburgh, price 7s. 6d. 8vo.
History and Description of the City of Exeter. By Alexander Jenkins, 10s. 6d.
The History and Antiquities of the Town of Newark, in the County of Nottingham, (the Sidnacester of the Romans.) Interspersed with Biographical Sketches; in two Parts. Embellished with Engravings. By W. Dickinson, Esq. Part 1. 15s.
A Voyage to South America, describing at large, the Spanish Cities, Towns, &c. Undertaken by command of the King of Spain, by Don Geo. Juan, and Don Antonio de Ulloa. Translated from the original Spanish, with Notes and Observations, and an Account of the Brazils. By John Adams, Esq., of Waltham Abbey, 3 vols. 8vo. 11. 1s.
P. 1002. Ante-penult. for his works, read his sermons. 1021. 1. 12, for truth, read truths.