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The Utility of Agricultural Knowledge illustrated; with an Account of an Institution formed for Agricultural Pupils, in Oxfordshire. 1s. 6d.

The Farmer's Magazine, No. XXXVII. 3s.


Greek Marbles, brought from the Shores of the Euxine, Archipelago, and Mediterranean, and deposited in the Vestibule of the University of Cambridge. By Daniel Edward Clarke, LL. D. Professor of Mineralogy in that University. 8vo. 5s.; proofs 10s. 6d.

The Historic Gallery of Portraits and Paintings, containing Raphael's Cartoons complete, and an elegant Frontispiece. No. XXV. 4to. 7s. 6d.

Gothic Ornaments in the Cathedral Church of York, drawn and etched by Joseph Halfpenny, on 106 plates, with descriptive letter-press. Large 4to. 61. 6s.

Fragments Vetusta; or Remains of Ancient Buildings in York. Drawn and etched by Joseph Halfpenny, on 35 plates, with descriptive letter-press. 31. 3s.

Ornamental Groups, descriptive of Flowers, Birds, Shells, and Insects. By M. Gartside. Imperial folio,    ll. 11s. 6d.


A Complete System of Geography, ancient and modern. By James Playfair, D.D. Principal of the United College of St. Andrew's, &c.  Vol. II.  4to. 21. 2s.

The Archives of Universal Science. By Alexander Walker. No. I. To be continued quarterly. 7s. 6d.

Outlines of an Attempt to establish a Knowledge of Extraneous Fossils on Scientific Principles. By William Martin, F.L.S. 8vo. 8s.

An Alphabetical List of the Names of Minerals at present most familiar in the English, French, and German Languages; with Tables of Analyses. 5s.

The Retrospect of Philosophical, Mechanical, Chemical, and Agricultural Papers, published by Philosophical Societies, and in the various English and Foreign periodical and other works. Nos. XVI. and XVII. 3s. 6d. each.

Outlines of Mineralogy. By J. Kidd, M.D. 2 vols. 8vo. 18s.

 Metaphysical Essays containing the Principles and fundamental Objects of that Science, with some Considerations upon the Human Mind, &c [456] By Richard Kirwan, Esq. LL.D F.R.S. President of the Royal Irish Academy, &c. Author of  Elements of Mineralogy, Geological Essays, and other Works. 8vo. 12s.

An appeal to the Public, stating Mr. T. Earnshaw's Claim to the Invention of the original Improvements in his Time-Keepers. 8vo. 6s.

An Essay on the various Orders of Logarithmetic Transcendants; with an Inquiry into their Applications to the Integral Calculus, and the Summation of Series.  By William Spence. 4to. 12s.


The Librarian, containing an Account of scarce, valuable, and useful Books. By James Savage, of the London Institution. Vol. I. 8vo. 6s. 6d.


Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Percival Stockdale; containing many interesting Anecdotes of the illustrious Men with whom he was connected. 2 vols. 8vo. ll. 1s.

Memoirs of the Rev. Samuel Bourn, many Years one of the Pastors of the United Congregation of the New Meeting, Birmingham. By Joshua Toulmin, D.D. 8vo. 7s.

Authentic and interesting Memoirs of Mrs. Clarke, from her Infancy to the present Time; likewise a faithful Account of Mr. Wardle's Charges  against the Duke of York, and the Minutes of Evidence complete. 12s.

 Authentic  Memoirs of  Mrs. Mary-Anne Clarke. By Miss Taylor. Small 8vo. 6s.

Memoirs of Mrs. Mary-Anne Clarke, from the Age of Fifteen to the present time: including appropriate Remarks on her Conduct towards the Duke of York. 2s. 6d.

The Authentic and Impartial Life of Mrs. Mary-Anne Clarke. By W. Clarke, Esq. Foolscap 8vo.  3s. 6d.


Three Comedies translated from the Spanish. 1. The Fair Lady; from La Dama Duende. By Don Pedro Calderon de la Barca.—2. Keep your own Secrets; from Nadie Fil su  Secreto. By the same.—3. One Fool makes Many; from Un Bobo hace Ciento. By Don Antonio de Solis. 8vo. 7s. 6d.                .

Pætus  and Arria: a Tragedy. To which is prefixed, a Letter to Thomas Sheridan, Esq. on the present State of the English Stage. 2s. 6d.


The Hebrew Reader: or a Practical Introduction to the Reading of the Hebrew Scriptures, for the Use of Learners, who were not taught Hebrew at School, and Schools where it has not been introduced. By the Bishop of  St. David's. 8vo. 2s.

The Hebrew Reader, Part II. containing Hebrew Extracts from the Bible. 8vo. 3s.

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The French Student's Vade Mecam. By the Rev. P. C. Le Vasseur, a native of France. To Subscribers, 5s.; Non-Subscribers, 7s. 6d.

Latin Synonyms,  with their different Significations and Examples, taken from the best Authors. By J. B. Gardin Dumesnel, late Professor of the University of Paris. Translated into English, with additions and corrections, by the Rev. J. M. Gosset. 8vo. 15s. [457]

The Three Wishes: a Tale. With Engravings. 1s. plain; 1s. 6d. coloured.

An Easy Grammar of the Laws and Constitution of England, accompanied by Questions and Cases for Solution, and by a Glossary of Terms. By the Rev. J. Goldsmith. 3s. 6d.


De Motu per Britanniam civico, Annis 1745 et 1746. Liber nicus, Auctore T. D. Whitaker, LL.D. S.S.A. (the Historian of Whalley and Craven, &c.) 12mo. 6s.

A Cursory View of Prussia, from the Death of Frederick II. to the Peace of Tilsit; containing an authentic Account of the battles of Jena, Auerstadt, Eylau, and Friedland; as also other important Events during that interesting Period. 5s.

The History of Don Francisco de Miranda's Attempt to effect a Revolution in South America; in a Series of Letters, by James Biggs, to his Friend in the United States. To which are added, Sketches of the Life of Miranda, and Geographical Notices of Caraccas. 8vo. 7s.


Bird's Law Selections, being Selections from the Laws of England of such general Heads and Divisions as are of most general use and importance. 2 vols. 8vo. 11. 2s.

A Treatise on the Defects of the Debtor and Creditor Laws, and the Consequences of Imprisonment for Civil Debt; or, an Address to the Public in Behalf of honest Debtors and Injured Creditors; with an Exposition of Facts interesting to Gentlemen of the Law; and impartial Observations on the comparative Distinction between honest and fraudulent Debtors. By W. Minchin, Esq. 5s.

Reports of Cases in Chancery. By F. Vesey, Esq. of Lincoln's-inn, Barrister at Law. Vol. XIV. Part II. 7s. 6d.

Report of the Trial for a Libel, contained in a Review of the "Portraiture of Methodism." Tried at Guildhall, before the Right Honourable Lord Ellenborough, and a Special Jury, Saturday, March 11, 1809. Taken in short-hand, by Mr. Bartrum. 2s. 6d.

A most interesting Case, in a Letter addressed to Sir Samuel Romilly, on the Bankrupt Laws. By George Baillie, Esq. 1s.

The Law and Practice of Patents for Inventions. By William Hands, Gent, one of the Solicitors of the Court of Chancery. 8vo. 5s.

Remarks on the Judicial Proceedings of our Courts; with a few modest Hints for the Amelioration of our judicial Procedure. By Hugh Leslie, A.M. 1s. 6d.

The Trial of Joseph Henry, Esq. for Crim. Con. with Lady Emily Best. 2s. 6d.

A Succinct View of the Law of Mortgages; with an Appendix, containing a variety of scientific Precedents of Mortgages. By Edward Coke Wilmot, of Gray's Inn. 6s.

Trial of the Cause, Lord Dormer v. Robert Knight, Esq. in the Court of Common Pleas, Guildhall, by a Special Jury, before the Right Honourable Lord Chief Justice Mansfield, Dec. 23, 1808. 3s.


A Dictionary of Practical Surgery; collected from the best and most original Sources of Information, and illustrated by Critical Remarks. Including [458] Observations on the most important Remedies, Applications, Instalments, &c. with the Etymology and Meaning of the Principal Terms. By Samuel Cooper. Member of the Royal College of Surgeons in London, and Author of "The First Lines of the Practice of Surgery."  8vo. 15s.

A short Treatise on  the Virtues of Dr. Gordon's Vegetable Balsamic Pills, or Concentrated Vegetable Compound, for all Chronic Diseases of Debility; to which is annexed a List of Extraordinary Cases, attested by  the most respectable Characters. 1s.

Suggestions for the Prevention of the Yellow Fever. To which is added, the Outline of a Plan for Military Hospitals, tending to a more successful Treatment of the Sick. By Stewart Henderson, M.D. District Staff Surgeon. Royal 8vo. 5s.

 A Practical Materia Medica, in which the various Articles are fully described and divided into Classes and Orders, according to their Effects; their Virtues, Doses, and the Diseases in which they are proper to be exhibited, are fully pointed out, and interspersed with some select Formula. 12mo. 5s.

Observations on some of the most important Diseases of the Heart; on Aneurism of the Thoracic Aorta; Preternatural Pulsation in the Epigastric Region; and on the unusual Origin and Distribution of some of the large Arteries of the Human Body. By Allan Burns, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, and  Lecturer on  Anatomy and  Surgery, Glasgow.

The Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, No. XVIII. 8vo. 3s.

Observations on the Proceedings and Report of the Special  Medical Board, appointed to examine the State of the Army Depôt Hospital, in the Isle of Wight. By Thomas Keate, Esq. Surgeon-General to the Forces. 3s. 6d.

Cases and Observations on Lithotomy, including Hints for the more ready and safe Performance of the Operation. With an Engraving. To which are added, Observations on the Chimney-Sweepers' Cancer, and other Miscellaneous Remarks. By W. Simmons, Surgeon. 7s. 6d.

Anatomico-chirurgical Views of the Nose, Mouth, Larynx, and Fauces, with appropriate Explanations and References. By John James, Surgeon, folio. 1l. 11s. 6d. plain, or  21. 3s. coloured.


The Whole of the Proceedings of the Board of Inquiry upon the Subject of the late Convention in Portugal. Published by Authority. 12s.

Manoeuvres of Horse Artillery. By General Kosciusko. Written at Paris, in 1800, at the Request of General W. R. Davie, then Envoy from the United States to France. Translated, with Notes, by J. Williams, Colonel Commandant of the Corps of Engineers, and President of the United States Military Philosophical Society. With 18 Plates. 6s.

Rules and Instructions for the Guidance of Officers, and Non-Commissioned Officers, in the Field, and on other Occasions, respecting the Use and Management of Guns, &c. under their Charge, or to which they may attached. Particularly adapted to the Service of the East Indies. By Lieut.-Colonel Robert Bell, Commandant of the Artillery on the Madras Establishment. 6s.

A Narrative of the Circumstances attending the Retreat of the British, under the Command of the late Lieut.-General Sir John Moore, with a concise Account of the Battle of Corunna, and subsequent Embarkation [459]  his Majesty's Troops. By Henry Milburne, Surgeon in the Spanish-Service. 4s.

Operations of the British Army in Spain, with broad Hints to the Commissariat and Transport Boards, and Anecdotes illustrative of the real Spanish Character. 3s.


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Literary Miscellanies. By James Mason, Esq. 2 vols. 8vo. ll. 5s.

A Letter to the Young Gentlemen who write in the Edinburgh Review. By Senex. 1s. 6d.

A Catalogue of Books composing the Classical Library of W. H. Lunn, Soho-square. 3s.

The New Annual Register, or, General Repository of History, Politics, and Literature, for 1808, 8vo. 1l.

Freemason's Lectures; containing every Question and Answer, as worked in our Lodges. 10s. 6d.

Thoughts and Remarks on Establishing an Institution for the Support and Education of Unportioned Respectable  Females. 7s.

The New London Review, Conducted by Richard Cumberland, Esq. No. I. 5s.

Strictures on Dr. Milner's Tour, and on Mr. Clinch's Inquiry, with a new Plan for obtaining Emancipation for the Catholics of Ireland. Humbly submitted to their Friends in Parliament. By the Rev. Edward Ryan, D.D. 2s. 6d.

A Serious Admonition to His Royal Highness the Duke of York, on the evil Tendency of corrupt Communication. 1s. 6d.

Green-Room Gossip: or, Gravity Gallinipt. A Gallimaufry. By Gridiron Gabble, Gent. 3s. 6d.

The Dangers of the Edinburgh Review; or, a brief Exposure of its Principles in Religion, Morals, and Politics. In three Letters addressed to its Readers. By Mentor. 1s. 6d.

The Livery Triumphant: a Letter to the Lord Mayor, on his Conduct at the late Common Hall. To which are subjoined, the Proceedings and Speeches on that Occasion. 1s.

Claims of Mr. Wardle to the Thanks of the Country for his Parliamentary Conduct in his Charges against the Duke of York. 2s.

A New and Original Comedy, in three Acts, called Valentine's Day; or, the Amorous Knight and the Belle Widow. By Anonymous. 3s. 6d.

Political, Commercial, and Statistical Sketches of the Spanish Empire in both Indies; Reflections on the Policy proper for Great Britain at the present Crisis; and a view of the Political Question between Spain and the United States, respecting Louisiana and the Floridas; with the Claims of Great Britain, as founded on Treaty, to the Commercial Navigation of the River Mississippi. 4s. 6d.

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An Answer to the Challenge given by W. Blair, Esq. A.M. and published in Dr. Rees's New Cyclopaedia, where this Gentleman has inserted a Cypher of his own Invention, which is absolutely inscrutable without the Key.  By M. Gage. 10s. 6d.

Mr. Thelwall's Plan and Terms of Instruction to Domestic and to Private Pupils; with his Nature and Object of Elocutionary Science; Poem and Oration on the Death of Lord Nelson ; and Ode in Behalf of the Spanish Patriots. 5s.

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Lettres et Pensées du Mareschal Prince de Ligne, publiées par Mad. de Staël, contenant des Anecdotes secretes sur Joseph II. Catherine II. Frederick le Grand, Rousseau, Voltaire, &c. 2 vols. 12mo. 10s

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The Annual Review and History of Literature for 1808. 1l. 1s.

British Liberty and Philanthropy. 1s.

The School for Orators; or, a Peep at the Forum. 2s.

A Defence of the London Female Penitentiary, in Reply to Mr. William Hale. By William Shrubsole. 1s.

The Ecclesiastical and University Annual Register for 1803. 8vo. 16s.

An Attempt to ascertain a Theory for determining the Value of Funded Property.  2s. 6d.

The Harleian Miscellany. Edited by Mr. Park. Royal 4to. vol. 3. 3l. 3s.       .

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The Cottage of Merlin Vale. A Rational, Moral, Sentimental, Literary, and Entertaining History, founded on Facts. 2 vols. 10s.

London; or, Truth without Treason. By T. Lathom, Esq. 4 vols. 12mo. 1l. 2s. [461]

The Dominican. A Romance; of which the principal Traits are taken from Events relating to a Family of Distinction, which emigrated from France during the Revolution. By Captain T. Williamson. 3 vols. 12mo. 15s.

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 Levity and Sorrow. A German Story. By M. A. Bianchi. 2 vols. 12mo. 10s.

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Poemata Selecta Italorum; qui seculo decimo sexto Latine scripserunt.  Nonnullis Annotationibus illustrata. 10s. 6d.

An Elegiac Tribute to the Memory of Sir John Moore. By Mrs. Cockle. 2s.

Horæ Ionicæ. A Poem: descriptive of the Ionian Islands, and Part of the adjacent Coast of Greece. With a Postscript, containing Observations on the Romaic, or modern Greek Language, as spoken in the Ionian  Islands.  By Walter Rodwell Wright, Esq. some time His Britannic Majesty's Consul-General for the Republic of the Seven Islands. 8vo. 4s.

Gertrude of Wyoming: or, the Pennsylvanian Cottage; and other Poems. By Thomas Campbell. 4to. 1l. 5s.

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Rudegar, the Dane. A Legendary Tale. By Eaglesfield Smith, Esq. 2s.

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The Bibliomania: an Epistle to Richard Heber, Esq. By John Ferriar, M.D. 2s.

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Europe: Lines on the present War. By Reginald Heber, A.M. 2s. [462]

English Bards and Scottish Reviewers: a Satire, with Notes. 4s.

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Recit Historique de la Campagne de Buonaparte en Italie, dans les Années 1796 et 1797. Par un Temoin occulaire. 8vo. Booth.

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State of the Foreign Affairs of Great Britain for the Year 1809. By Gould Francis Leckie, Esq. 2s.

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A View of the Political Situation of Upper Canada, in which her Physical Capacity is stated; the Means of diminishing her Burdens, increasing  her Value, and securing her Connection with Great Britain, are fully considered. By John Mills Jackson. 3s.

 Certain Accusations, brought recently by Irish Papists, against British [463] and Irish Protestants of every denomination examined. By Thomas Kipling, D.D. Dean of Peterborough. 3s.

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The Grounds on which the Church of England separated from the Church of Rome reconsidered, in a View of the Romish Doctrine of the Eucharist; with an Explanation of the Antepenultimate Answer in the Church Catechism. By Shute, Bishop of Durham. 1s.

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Paganism and Christianity Compared. In a Course of lectures to the King's Scholars, at Westminster, in the Years 1806-7, and 8. By John Ireland, D.D. Prebendary and Sub-Dean of Westminster. 8vo. 10s. 6d.

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Summer Excursions through Parts of England and Wales. By Eliz. Isabella Spence. 2 vols. 12mo. 10s. 6d.

A Tour through Cornwall, in the Autumn of 1808. By the Rev. Richard Warner. 9s.                         

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