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Books now publishing by B. and R. Crosby and Co. Stationers Court, Paternoster Row.
8. d. A new Family Herbal, or complete system of
Medical Botany ; being a particular account of the Nature and Properties of the various Plants used in Medicine, Diet, and the Arts. By ROBERT JOHN THORNTON, M. D: The Plants drawn from nature by Henderson, and engraved on wood by Thomas Bewick. Octavo, price 31 s. 6d. A few copies on royal
Modern London : being the History and present State of the British Metropolis, faithfully drawn up from the most authentic materials, and illustrated with a series of highly finished engravings, on a plan entirely new.
In one large and elegant volume, 4to. embellished with fifty-four copper-plates," thirty one of which are coloured, boards.
69 0 N.B. It has been the intention of the editors of
the present splendid and valuable work to exhibit London as it is, and to furnish Englishmen and Foreigners, with a systematic, complete and elegant performance, worthy to occupy a place in a Nobleman's or Gentle. man's Library, by the side of Mr. Pennant's work, which it should be understood, treats only of the Antiquities and former State of
London. Flowers of Literature; or, Characteristic Sketches of Human Nature and Modern Manners : consisting of Essays, Anecdotes, Tales, Narratives, Curious Stories, &c. &c. from the most celebrated Productions; calcu. lated to instruct as well as to amuse and enliven the imagination: also Portraits and Bio
graphy of many popular Characters. N.B.Sets of 7 volumes are now become veryscarce,
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Genuine Guide to Health ; or Practical Essays
on the Preservation of Health, with the most effectual means of preventing and curing diseases; also strictures on Regimen, and the Management of Invalids. To which are added, Observations on Intemperance, and the best means of preventing its baneful consequences By T. F. CHURCHILL, M. D. Author of the Remembrancer, &c. &c. price, sewed,
4 0 The little volume before us is most excellent in
its kind, and deserves the encouragement which its rapid sale already gives promises of."
Lady's Museum, June, 1810. Nisbet's Medical Guide to the principal Wa.
tering Places of Great Britain, containing a view of the Medicinal Effects of the Waters of each place, I2mo. boards,
5 6 The Naval Plutarch, or Lives of Britain's Heroes;
drawn up as examples for the imitation of youth. By the Rev. Dr. BURNEY, Master of the Naval Academy at Portsmouth. With portraits, 78. 6d. bound and lettered, or on fine paper, handsomely bound,
10 6 The British Neptune, or Naval History of Great
Britain, from the earliest records to the pre-
10 Pott's Compendious Law Dictionary, of the
Terms and the Law itself, 12mo. A New
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