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In a few days, will be published, in a quarto volume, and a few copies on large paper. The History of the Royal Soci. ety. By Thumas Thomson, M.D F.R.S. Author of the systern of Chemistry.

To be publishers in a few days, printed in the most elegant manner, by Bensley, with three beautiful engravings. A Letter irom Athens to a P.i.nd in England. In royai qus. to, price 11. 5s, in boards.

Heady .or publication on the 31st of March, in two volumnes, roya! quarto. Price jl. 5s.'in boards. The Devotional Family Bible; with copious Notes and Illustrations, partly original, and partly selected from the most approved Expositos, ancient and inolern, with a devotional Exerci e or Aspiration, after every chapler. By John Fawcett, D.D. of Helden Bridge, pear llalifax.

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from those of Burman, Arytreus, Rud., Hunter and Love, and partly by the editor, A. Dickinson, of the University Press, Edinburgh. To each Psalm will be prefixed the nature of the verse, with a scanning table. Some copies will be printed on royal paper.

Some Account of a Journey into Alba. nia, Roumelia, and other Provinces of Turkey, during the years 1809 and 1810. By J. C. Hobhouse, is in the press.

Speedily will be published, Four Sermuns, preached before the University of Cambridge, in November, 1811, on the Excellency of the Liturgy, prefaced with an Answer to Dr. Marsh's Inquiry, respecting “ The reglecting to give the Prayer Book with the Bible.” By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.d. Fellow of King's College, Cambridge.

Mr. D. C. Webb will shortly publish, in an octavo voluine, Observations and Remarks on various parts of Great Britain, during four excursions made by him in the years 1810 and 1811.

Professor John Leslie, of Edinburg, has in the press, a View of the facts ascertained concerning Heat, and its rela. tions with Air and Moisture, in an octavo volume.

Mr. Wilson, of Magdalen College, Oxford, has nearly ready for publication, the Isle of Palms and other poems.

Mr. Fletcher, of Blackburn, will shortly publish, Remains ot the late Rev. E. White, of Chester, from papers in the possession of the late Mi. Spencer of Liverpool.

A Poem entitled India will make its appearance in a few weeks.

Mr. Aylmer, writingmaster at Hackney School, has in the press, a New Systêm of Arithmetic, on the principles of cancelling, for the use of schools.

Sketches of Cottage Characters, by the Author of the Antidote to the Miseries of Human Life, are printing in two duodecimo volumes.

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Dr. Aikin has undertaken the sole fu. ture super'nteå lence and composition of the Amual Register (originally published by Mr. Dodsley) commenç ng with the ioure for 1811, which will appear in the course of this year.

Mr. R. Semple, author of two Journies in Spain, is preparing for publication, in a small octavo volume, a Sketch of the Prestni State of Caracas, wbich place he recently visited for commercial purposes.

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la a few weeks will be published, the Poenical Latin Version of the Psalms, by G. Buchanan, with copious notes in Engtish, critical and explanatory, partly


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Monuments, in the Counties of Bedford The fifth number of the Inquirer, or and Buckingham; engraved from origiLiterary, Philosophical, and Matheina- nal drawings, made during several extical Repository, being the first of the cursious in hose counties. second volume, upon an enlarged and improved plan, will shortly make its appearance.


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