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TALES OF A GRANDFATHER; by the AUTHOR of WA. VERLEY.-In two vols. 18mo.

DEATH BED SCENES, and PASTORAL CONVERSA. TIONS; by the late JOHN WARTON, D. D.-In one vol. 8vo.

Contents.--Chap. I. Infidelity.-II. Atheism.—III. Despair.IV. Parental Anger.–V. Baptism.-VI. Penitence.- VII. Prose. lytism.–VIII. Impatience.-ix. Religious Melancholy.-X. Scepticism.

“It has often occurred to me, as something wonderful, that, amongst the vast variety of books which are to be met with, on the important subject of Religion, there should be wanted a manual for the information and direction of the Minister in his daily intercourse with sick persons and other members of his flock.

“Having been in the habit, then, for several years, of remarking this defect of instruction with regard to practical divinity, and the whole business of a Parish Priest, and having myself, meanwhile, been thrown perpetually into the most interesting and awful scenes with my own Parishioners, I determined at length to take up my pen, and to commit to paper whatever having passed under my per. sonal observation, might be most likely to be useful to others of the same profession.

"I had no thought originally of doing more than assist my younger brethren of the clerical order, who might be appointed to the management of large parishes, without time or opportunities to prepare themselves in an adequate manner for so difficult and momentous an undertaking: But, in proceeding with my work, 1 began to flatter myself with the notion that I may possibly both amuse and instruct every description of readers. Many persons may be tempted, upon the recommendation of the clergy, to peruse the book ; and may find unexpectedly their fancy pleased, their knowledge increased, and their hearts touched and improved.”

This work has gone rapidly through three editions, in England. SURE METHODS OF IMPROVING HEALTH AND PRO. LONGING LIFE, BY REGULATING THE DIET AND REGI. MEN ; embracing all the most approved principles of health and longevity, and exhibiting particularly the remarkable power of proper food, wine, air, exercise, sleep, clothing, &c. in the cure of obstinate chronic diseases, as well as in promoting health and long life. To which is added, an account of the art and excellent effects of training for health, rules for reducing corpulence, and MAXIMS OF HEALTH FOR THE Bilious AND NERVOUS, the ConsumPTIVE, MEN OF LETTERS, and PEOPLE OF Fashion. Illustrated by cases, By a Physician. First American edition, with additions.

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PHILOSOPHY IN SPORT made SCIENCE IN EARNEST; being an attempt to illustrate the first principles of Natural Phi. losophy, by the aid of Popular Toys and Sports, 2 vols. 18mo. with numerous engravings on wood.

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This work contains above eighty articles in prose and poetry, by the best American writers; among whom are Messrs. Paulding, Per. cival, Barker, Mellen, Pickering, the Author of Hobomok, &c. &c. and is ornamented with fourteen engravings, executed in the best style, by Durand, Longacre, Ellis, Kearney, Maverick, &c.

PAUL JONES, a Romance. By ALLEN CUNNINGHAM. In 3 vols. 12mo.

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PERSONAL NARRATIVE OF A JOURNEY FROM INDIA TO ENGLAND, by Bussorah, Bagdad, the Ruins of Babylon, Curdistan, the Court of Persia, the Western Shore of the Caspian Sea, Astrakhan, Nishney Novogorod, Moscow, and St. Petersburgh, in the year 1824. By Captain the Hon. GEORGE KEPPEL. In 8vo.

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AMERICA : or a General Survey of the Political Situation of the several Powers of the Western Continent, with Conjectures

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The Third Volume of ELEMENTS OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE HUMAN MIND. With Additions to Volume the First. In 8vo. By DUGALD STEWART, F. R. S. S. London and Edinburgh. Formerly Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Edinburgh.

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TALES BY THE O'HARA FAMILY: Second Series ; containing the NOWLANS, AND PETER OF THE CASTLE. In 2 vols. 12mo.

NOTES on COLOMBIA ; taken in the year 1822–3. With an Itinerary of the route from Caracas to Bogotá. By an Officer of the UNITED STATES' ARMY.

REPORTS of Wm. STRICKLAND, Esq. Agent for the Society for the Promotion of Internal Improvement, on a Tour through Great Britain in 1825, upon Canals, Canal Boats, the Breakwater of Dublin, Cranes and Hoisting Machines, Tunnelling, Railways. and Locomotive Engines, Turnpike Roads, Manufacture of Iron, Coking Bituminous Coal, &c. &c. &c. In folio, with seventy-one large plates. Price ten dollars.

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II. SAYINGS AND DOINGS, OR SKETCHES FROM LIFE, third series.

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IV. HERBERT LACY, by the author of Granby.
V. WHIMS AND ODDITIES IN PROSE AND VERSE.
VI. CONVERSATIONS ON THE ANIMAL ECONOMY, 2 vols.

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