New Publications Vol. II, No. 2
QUARTERLY LIST OF NEW PUBLICATIONS;
Which may be procured, if ordered, of any Bookseller throughout the British Empire.
[pp. 461-468] [original article in PDF format]
The Art of Improving the Breeds of Domestic Animals, in a letter to Sir J. Banks. By Sir J. Sebright, Bart. M.P. 2s. 6d.
A Treatise on the Corn Trade and Agriculture. By P. D. Parquot, late a Volunteer at the Fort, and Suggester of the Life-boat at this Port. 4s.
Facts and Observations relative to Sheep and Wool, Ploughs, Oxen, and other Subjects of Husbandry. By the Right Hon. Lord Somerville. 8s.
The Farmer's Accompt Book for 1810. 1l. 1s.
Figures of beautiful, useful, and uncommon Plants, described in the Gardener's and Botanist's Dictionary, exhibited on three hundred copper-plates, after drawings taken from nature. By the late Philip Miller, F.R.S. No I.— to be continued every fortnight. 7s. 6d.
Plates 21, 22, and 23, of the fourth volume of Vetusta Monumenta. 15s.
A New Drawing Book, in Imitation of Indian Ink. Number I. (to be continued in six monthly numbers,) 4s.
Collection of Portraits sketched from Life, since 1793, by George Dance, R.A. and engraved by W. Daniel. No. III. 1l. 1s.
A Catalogue of a small Collection of Engraved Portraits, chiefly for the Illustration of English History, now selling by John Thorpe, bookseller, Abingdon. 1s.
Studies from Nature; containing Seventy-eight Outline Engravings of Scenery, selected from the Mountains of Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire, from Drawings taken on the spot, and engraved by William Green, folio. 5l. 5s.
The Speculum: an Essay on the Art of Drawing in Water Colours. By J. Hassell. 1s. 6d.
The Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet. Vol. VI. 15s.
ARTS AND SCIENCES.
An Elementary Treatise on Geology, determining Fundamental Points in that Science, and containing an Examination of some Geological Systems; particularly of the Huttonian Theory of the Formation of the Earth. By J. A. de Luc, F.R.S. Translated from the French MS. by the Rev. H. de la Fite. 8vo. 12s.
Enfield's New Encyclopædia, vol. iv. 18mo. 4s. 6d.
New Theory of the Formation of Veins, with its Application to the Art of Working Mines. Translated from the German of A. C. Werner, by Charles Anderson, M.D. 8vo. 9s.
A New Theory of the Atmosphere. By L. B. Denston. 2s. 6d. 
The Gentleman's Mathematical Companion, for 1810. 2s.
The Imperial Encyclopaedia. By William Moore Johnson, A.M. and Thomas Exley. Part I. 4to. 8s.; or No. I. (to be continued weekly) 8d.
A Treatise on Plane and Spherical Trigonometry. By Robert Woodhouse, A.M. F.R.S. 8to. 7s. 6d.
Memoires de la Comtesse de Lichtenau, écrites par elle même, et suivies de Lettres. 2 tomes. 10s.
The Life of William Cobbett. By Himself. 2s. 6d.
Fuci; or Coloured Figures and Descriptions of the Plants referred by Botanists to the Genus Fucus. By Dawson Turner. Vol. II. royal 4to. 4l. 13s.
The Philosophy of Botany. By Dr. Thornton. Parts XVIII. and XIX. 10s. 6d. each.
The Vintagers, a Musical Romance. By E. J. Eyre. 1s. 6d.
Yes or No, a Farce. By J. Pocock, 1s. 6d.
Safe and Sound, an Opera, in three Acts. By Theodore Edward Hook, Esq. 2s. 6d.
Solomon, a Sacred Drama, translated from the German of Klopstock. By Robert Huish. 5s.
The Patriotic Entertainment called the Jubilee, performing by the Drurylane Company, Lyceum. Written by Joseph Kemp, Mus. Doc. 1s.
The Theatric Count, a Tragi-comedy, in five Acts. 2s. 6d.
Remarks on Theatres. 7s.
Considerations on the past and present State of the Stage, with Reference to the Contest at Covent Garden. 2s. 6d.
The Travels of Lycurgus to Crete, Tyre, and Egypt, in Search of Knowledge. 12mo. 3s. 6d.
The Elements of Astronomy, according to the Newtonian Principle. By George Reynolds. 5s.
Scripture made Easy; or, Familiar Answers to the Catechetical Questions of a learned Divine. By Mrs. Eves. 6s.
The History of Rome, from the Building of the City to the Ruin of the Republic. By Edward Baldwin, Esq. 12mo. 4s.
Practical English Prosody and Versification. By J. Carey, LL. D. 4s. A Key to the preceding. 2s. 6d.
Letters on Ancient History, exhibiting a summary View of the History, Geography, Manners and Customs, of the Assyrian, Babylonian, Median, Persian, Egyptian, Israelitish, and Grecian Nations. By Miss Wilson. 12mo. 5s.
Vacation Evenings; or Conversations between a Governess and her Pupils. By Catharine Bayley, 3 vols. 12mo. 10s. 6d.
New British Spelling Book. By Joseph Guy. 8s. 6d.
The Simple Rules of Arithmetic, in Questions and Answers, suited to the Capacities of Children, with Tables of Weights and Measures. By George Reynolds. In Two Parts. With an irregular Series of Blank Tables to each
Tales for Youth, being a Series of Prose and Poetical Pieces. By S. H. Piercy. 1s. 6d.
Logic made Easy, or a Short View of the Aristoteiic Method of Reasoning. By Henry Kett, B.D. 3s. 6d. 
The New Geographical Grammar. By the Rev. John Evans, A.M. No. I. (to be continued weekly,) 8vo. 8d.
A Set of Monosyllabic Lessons, printed with a large type, upon cartridge paper, for Schools conducted on the Rev. Dr. Bell's Plan.
Grafton's Chronicle, or History of England, from 1189 to 1558 inclusive. Two vols. royal 4to. 4l. 4s.
The Imperial History of England, from the Landing of Julius Caesar, to the Commencement of the Reign of George III. No. I. folio. (to be continued weekly,) 6d.
History, Anecdotes, and Secret Memoirs of the Legislative Union between Great Britain and Ireland. By Sir Jonah Barrington. Part I. imperial 4to. 1l. 1s. fine paper, 2l. 2s.
The Companion and Guide to the Laws of England. By a Member of the Hon. Society of the Inner Temple. 5s.
Bibliotheca Nova Legum Angliæ; or a Complete Catalogue of Law Books, arranged on a plan entirely new, and corrected to the present time. By William Reed. foolscap 8vo. 7s.
Reports of Cases in the High Court of Chancery. By F. Vesey, Esq. Vol. XV. Part II. 6s.
The Laws of Gaming, Wagers, Horse-racing, and Gaming-houses. By John Disney, Esq. 8vo. 5s.
Reports of Cases argued and determined in the Court of Common Pleas, and other Courts, in Michaelmas and Hilary Terms, 48th Geo. III. 1807 and 8. By William Pyle Taunton, Esq. Vol. I. Part I. royal 8vo. 7s.
A Digest of the Bankrupt Laws, with a collection of the Statutes, and of the Cases argued and determined in the Courts of Law and Equity on that Subject. By Basil Montagu, Esq. 3 vols. 3l. 3s.
Reports of Cases, argued and adjudged before the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in Prize Causes in May, June, and July, 1809. By Thomas Harman Acton, Esq. Vol. I. Part I. royal 8vo. 6s.
A Treatise on Wills and Codicils. By William Roberts, Esq. royal 8vo.
A Treatise on Pleading on the Equity Side of the High Court of Chancery. By George Cooper, Esq. royal 8vo. 13s.
Proceedings in the Vice-Admiralty Court at Malta, in the Case of the King George Privateer, November 14, 1807; before the Right Worshipful J. Sewell, LL. D. 1s.
A Map of Portugal, drawn from the various provincial Surveys, corrected by the nautical Observations of Dr. Vincente Tosino, and the Topography of Don Thomas Lopez, 4s. 6d.
Pinkerton's New Modern Atlas. No. II. Containing Switzerland, Scandinavia, and Southern Italy. 1l. 1s.
MEDICINE, SURGERY, &C.
Pharmacopoeia Collegii Regalis Medicorum, Londinensis, MDCCCIX, medium 4to. 1l. 4s.
The Pharmacopoeia of the Royal College of Physicians, of London, 1809. Translated into English, with Notes. By Richard Powell, M.D. 8vo. 10s. 6d.
Observations on Fungus Hæmotodes, or Soft Cancer, in several of the most Important Organs of the Human Body. By James Wardrop, F.R.S.E. 8vo. 12s. Large paper, 1l. 1s. 
Practical Observations on Strictures of the Urethra. By Thomas Luxmoore. 8vo. 5s. 6d.
An Essay on the Causes, Prevention, and Cure of the Consumption. By L. Hope. 2s.
A Popular Treatise on Medical Police, and on Diet, Regimen, &c. By John Robertson, M.D. 2 vols. 8vo. 12s.
A Plain statement of Facts in Favour of the Cow Pox. By John Thomson, M.D.
Objections to the Opinions and Practice of Dr. Wm. Saunders, in Bilious and Liver Complaints. By Hector Campbell, M.D. 1s. 6d.
An Inquiry into the Laws of Epidemics, with Remarks on the Plans lately proposed for exterminating the Small Pox. By Joseph Adams, M.D.
The History of Canine Madness and Hydrophobia, with the Methods of Treatment, ancient and modern. By G. Lipscomb, M.D. 7s.
The Principles of Midwifery, including the Diseases of Women and Children. By John Burns. 8vo. 12s.
A Dictionary of Practical Surgery, collected from the best and most original Sources of Information, and illustrated with Critical Remarks. By Samuel Cooper. 8vo. 15s.
Facts and Observations on the Prevention, Causes, and Method of Treatment in Pulmonary Consumptions. By—Smith, M.D. 8vo. 3s.
An Essay on the Nature and Treatment of the Malignant, Contagious Ulcer, as it generally appears in the British Navy. By James Little.
Surgical Observations; by John Abernethy, F.R.S. Part I. 8vo. 7s.
A Treatise on the Operation of Lithotomy, in which are demonstrated the Dangers of the present Method of operating with the Gorget, and the Superiority of the more simple operation with the Knife and Staff. By Robert Allan, Surgeon, folio. 1l. 11s. 6d.
A Selection of the most interesting Cases that have occurred in the Practice of eminent Practitioners in Medicine, Surgery, and Midwifery. To which are added, an Account of New Medical Works, the late Improvements in Chemistry, Pharmacy, &c. &c. 10s. 6d.
Facts and opinions, concerning Diabetes. By John Latham, M.D. F.R.S. Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, and Physician Extraordinary to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.
A Narrative of the Campaign of the British Army in Spain, commanded by Sir John Moore, K.B. Authenticated by Official Papers, and Original Letters. By his Brother, James Moore, Esq. 4to. 1l. 11s. 6d.
A Narrative of the Circumstances attending the Retreat of the British Army, under the command of the late Lieut.-General Sir J. Moore, K.B. By H. Milbeane, Surgeon. 4s.
Remarks on the Dress and Discipline of the Bengal Array. By a Bengal Officer. 5s.
Cursory Remarks on British Tactics, and on Matters relating to the Defence of the Country; with Heads of a Plan for Traning the Population.
Letters from Portugal and Spain, written during the March of the British Troops under Sir John Moore. By an Officer. 8vo. 12s.
Observations on the Movements of the British Army in Spain. By a British Officer.
A Pictural Plan, taken by an Officer, of the exact Situation of our Grand Expedition in the Scheldt: shewing the difficulty of Approach to Antwerp. 5s.
A Narrative of the interesting Particulars attending the Second Siege of Zaragoza. Translated from the Spanish, by William Buy, Esq. 2s. 6d. 
The Absolute Unlawfulness of the Stage Entertainment, fully demonstrated. By William Law, M.A. Abridged by John Audley. To which are prefixed, Extracts from several Writers on the Subject of the Stage. Price 6d.
Strictures on Mr. Hale's Reply to the Pamphlets lately published in Defence of the London Penitentiary; wherein his Objections to that Institution are refuted. By G. Hodson. To which is added, a Letter to the Author, on the Inadequacy of the Poor Laws, for employing, Protecting, and Reclaiming Unfortunate Females, destitute of Work: in Answer to Mr. Hale's Reply. By William Blair, Surgeon of the Lock Hospital, &c. 8vo. 2s. 6d.
The Proceedings of a Court-Martial, held on board H. M. S. Gladiator, in Portsmouth Harbour, on Wednesday, July 20, and continued by Adjournment to Friday the 4th of August, 1809, for the Trial of the Right Honourable Lord Gambier. Taken in short-hand by Mr. Gurney. 8vo. 3s. 6d.
Fragments, in Prose and Verse. By Miss Elizabeth Smith, lately deceased. 2 vols. 14s.
Secret Memoirs, or Letters from London to Dublin, from a Student of Law, to his Father in Ireland, on the State of Manners, Opinions, Politics, &c. 2 vols. post 8vo. 16s.
The Ladies' Monitor; being a Series of Letters, first published in Bengal, on the Subject of Female Apparel. 6s.
The Character of the King; or the Royal Jubilee. Interspersed with Authentic Anecdotes of his Majesty. 2s. 6d.
The Reformers' Bible, No. I. 4to. (To be continued weekly.) 1s. 3d.
The Amateur of Fencing, or a Treatise on the Art of Sword Defence. By J. Rowland.
The Opinion of different Authors on the Punishment of Death; selected at the Request of a Society having for its Object the Diffusion of Knowledge respecting the Punishment of Death, and the Improvement of Prison Discipline. By Basil Montague, Esq. of Lincoln's Inn. 8vo. 8s.
Lord Somers's Tracts. By Walter Scott, Esq. Vol. II. royal 4to. 3l. 3s.
The First Book of Napoleon the Tyrant of the Earth. By Eliakim, the Scribe. 6s.
A Short Introduction to the Theory of Harmonics; or the Philosophy of Musical Sounds. For the Use of such Musical Professors, Amateurs, and others, as have not previously studied Mathematics. By J. Marsh, Esq. 16s.
Self-Defence, or Pawnbrokers Defended; in Answer to a Pamphlet entitled "Pawnbrokers Detected and Dissected." 1s.
The Pleasures of Anarchy, a Dramatic Sermon. To which is prefixed a Map illustrative of the Work. 3s. 6d.
A Letter addressed to Samuel Whitbread. Esq. M.P, with Suggestions for forming an Asylum for Friendless young Ladies. To be had gratis of Miller, Albemarle-street.
A Letter addressed to the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, on the subject of General Medical Relief to the Diseased Poor of the City of London. By James Amos, jun. Esq. Secretary to the City Dispensary. 2s. 6d.
A Chinese Prayer, translated for the Mental Improvement of Fanatics of every Denomination. 8vo. 1s.
Mrs. Galindo's Letter to Mrs. Siddons; a Narrative of Circumstantial Facts, including Anecdotes, &c. of Mrs. Siddons' Life for the last Seven Years, with several of her Letters. 5s. Correspondance de Madame la Marquise du Defland. 3 vols. 12mo. 15s.
A Catalogue of the Library of the Royal Institution, methodically arranged, with an Alphabetical Index of Authors. By William Harris, Keeper of the Library. 15s. 
The Leisure Hour Improved, or Moral Miscellanies in Prose and Verse, original and selected, foolscap. 4s.
An Analytical View of the Medical Department of the British Army. By Charles Maclean, M.D. 8vo. 5s. 6d.
Evening Amusements; or the Beauty of the Heavens displayed; in which several striking appearances to be observed on various evenings, in the Heavens, during the year 1810, are described. By William Frend, Esq. M.A.
NOVELS, ROMANCES, TALES, &c.
Osrick, or Modern Horrors. By Mr. Sicklemore. 3 vols. 15s.
Don Sebastian, or the House of Braganza, an Historical Romance. By Miss Anna Maria Porter. 4 vols. 12mo. 1l. 1s.
Edward and Laura: being a Translation of the Continuation of Rousseau's Account of the Adventures of Lord B—. 2 vols.
The Exile of Portugal. By Amelia Stuart. 2 vols. 9s.
The Mysterious Florentine, a Romance. 4 vols. 18s.
Matilda Montfort. By Peter Peregrine. 4 vols 1l. 1s.
Retribution, or the Sicilian Vespers, in 3 vols. 12mo.
The Husband and the Lover, an Historical Moral Romance. 3 vols. 18s.
Tales of other Realms, collected during a Tour through Europe. By a Traveller. 2 vols. 12mo. 8s.
The Italian Marauders. A Romance. By Anna Matilda. 4 vols. 1l.
The Adventures of Gil Blas of Santillane, translated from the French of Le Sage. By Benjamin Heath Malkin, Esq. M.A. F.S.A. 4 vols. 4to. 10l. 10s. 8vo. 6l. 6s.
Celia Suited, or the Rival Heiresses, 2 vols. 8vo. 12s.
The Mysteries of Ferney Castle; a Romance. By George Lambe, Esq. 4 vols. 12mo. 1l. 2s.
The Lion and the Water-Wagtail, a Mock-heroic Poem, in three Cantos, foolscap 8vo. 5s.
Sir Frantic the Reformer, or the Humours of the Crown and Anchor. 4s.
Camilla, or the Deserted Sister. 4to. 2s.
Ronald; a Legendary Tale, and other Poems, foolscap 8vo. 4s. 6d.
Pursuits of Agriculture, a Satirical Poem, with Notes, Canto III. 2s. 6d. in one volume 8vo. with Plates.
Kennet and Kenneta; a Legendary Tale. By the Rev. J. S. Whalley, D.D.
Faction; a Poem, with Notes. 3s. 6d.
The Jubilee; a Poem, on the approaching Anniversay. By Wm. Jordan, Esq. 2s.
Imitations and Translations from the Ancient and Modern Classics; together with Original Poems never before published. Collected by J. C. Hobhouse, B.A. 8vo. 10s. 6d.
Iberia's Crisis : a Fragment of an Epic Poem, in three parts, written in Spain; developing the Cause, Progress, and Events of Spain's Crisis. Royal 8vo. 5s.
Gilbert; an Amatory Poem, in eight Cantos, By James Templeman. 2s. 6d.; 4to. 12s.
The Political Register and Repository of Fugitive Poetry for the Year 1806, 7. crown 8vo.
Poetry for Children, by the Author of Mrs. Leicester's School. 2 vols. 18mo. 3s.
The Battles of Talavera. 8vo. 2s. 6d. 
The Bon Vivant's Guide; or Gastronomy, in four Cantos. From the French of Bercheux, 4to. 5s.
British Georgics. By James Grahame. 4to. 1l. 1s. 6d.
The Beauties of the Lyric Muse; a Collection of Poetry, comprising the choicest Productions of the British Lyre. 7s.
Select Poetical Translations of the Classics of Antiquity, 7s.
The Poetical Bouquet, selected from the Works of the most eminent Authors, 7s.
Poetical Narratives, Epistles and Humorous Pieces, from the most eminent Authors, 7s.
Il Pastor Fido; or the Faithful Shepherd: a Pastoral Tragi-Comedy, translated into English Blank Verse, from the Italian of Guarini. 8vo.
An Impartial Examination of Sir Francis Burdett's Plan of Parliamentary Reform. 2s.
The Patriot's Looking-glass, in which Mr. Wardle's plan of Public Economy, and the policy of his Measures, are fully considered. 3s. 6d.
A Letter to Colonel Wardle, in which his Public Conduct is Examined, and illustrated by some important particulars, now first disclosed. 2s.
Sir Ralph Sadler's State Papers; with a Memoir of his Life, and some Historical Notes. By Walter Scott, Esq. 2 vols. 4to.
Historic Anecdotes and Secret Memoirs of the Legislative Union, between Great Britain and Ireland. By Sir Johan Barrington. Part I. Imperial 4to. 1l. 1s.
A Cursory Review of the late Administration ; with a few Remarks on the Strictures of the Quarterly Review on Mr. Moore's Publication. 1s. 6d.
The Principles and Conduct of the War. 2s.
Remarks on Various Texts of Scripture. By Edward Popham, D.D. 8vo.
A Sermon, preached at the Consecration of Christ's Church, in Need wood, Staffordshire, August 15, 1809. By the Rev. Thomas Gisborne, M.A. 1s.
a Sermon, preached at the Holy Trinity Church, Hull, on Tuesday, July 25, 1809, at the Primary Visitation of the Archbishop of York. By the Rev. J. H. Bromby. 2s. 6d.
A Sermon preached at Scarborough, at the Primary Visitation of the Archbishop of York, July 28, 1809. By the Rev. F. Wrangham. 4to. 3s. 6d.
A Sketch of the Ecclesiastical Establishment, in a Sermon, preached in the parish church of Great Yarmouth, at the Visitation of Archdeacon Yonge. By the Rev. Henry Bathurst. 2s.
Sermons and Extracts, by the Rev. Edmund Outram, D.D. Public Orator of the University of Cambridge. 8vo. 8s. 6d.
A Sermon, preached at Truro, at the Primary Visitation of the Bishop of Exeter. 1s. 6d.
General Redemption the only proper basis of General Benevolence, a Letter addressed to Robert Hawker, D.D. By J. Evans, A.M. ls. 6d.
The Ordination Service of the Rev. Jacob Snelgar, of High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.—The Introductory Discourse, by the Rev. A. Douglas, of Reading, Berks.—The Charge, by the Rev. J. Bannister, of Wareham, Dorset.—The Sermon, by the Rev. J Clayton, jun. of London.
Reflections on the Tendency of a Publication, entitled, Hints to the Public and the Legislature on the nature and effect of Evangelical Preaching. By the Rev. John Hume Spry, M.A. 2s. 6d. 
The Year of Jubilee, considered in a Discourse, delivered at the Unitarian Chapel, in Essex-street. By Thomas Belsham. 1s. 6d.
Five Essays on the Proof of Man's Future Existence. To which are prefixed Seventeen Sermons on Important Subjects. By Pendlebury Houghton. 8vo. 7s.
The Jubilee rendered a source of Religious Improvement. A Sermon delivered at Worship-street, Finsbury-square, October 25, 1809. By John Evans, A.M. 1s.
Six Sermons, on some of the most Important Points of Christianity; as also Five Sermons on Occasional Subjects. By the Rev. A. Freston, A.M. Rector of Edgworth, Glocester. 10s. 6d. to Subscribers. 12s 6d. to Non-subscribers.
Greatness no Pledge of Happiness, a Sermon preached at the parish church of Simonburn, on 25th October, 1809. By James Scott, D.D. 1s. 6d.
Letters to the Rev. Daniel Veysie, B.D., occasioned by his Preservative against Unitarianism. By Lant Carpenter, LL.D. 12mo. 7s. 6d.
An Attempt to shew the Folly and Danger of Methodism. By the Editor of the Examiner Weekly Newspaper. 2s. 6d.
Sermons on several Subjects, from the Old Testament. By John Hampson, M.A. 8vo. 9s.
The Jubilee, or Motives for Thanksgiving derived from the Character and Conduct of our most gracious Sovereign; preached at the Foundling Hospital. By the Rev. J. Hewlett, B.D. 1s. 6d.
Two Sermons on the Jubilee. By James Churchill, Henley. 1s. 6d.
A Descriptive and Picturesque Account of the Islands of Walcheren, Beveland, Schowen, and Cadsand. 2s. 6d.
VOYAGES AND TRAVELS.
The Travels of Captains Lewis and Clarke, by Order of the Government of the United States, performed in the years 1804, 5, and 6, by way of the Missouri and Columbia Rivers, to the Pacific Ocean. By Merryweather Lewis. 8vo 9s.
A View of Spain, comprising a Descriptive Itinerary of each Province, and a General Statistical Account of the Country. By Alexander de la Borde, Translated from the French, 5 vols. 8vo., with an Atlas. 3l. 13s. 6d.
Contemporary Voyages and Travels. Vol. IX. 8vo. 15s.
Voyages and Travels to Pekin, Manilla, and the Isle of France, between 1784 and 1801. By M. de Guignes, French Resident in China. 4to.
Continental Excursions; or Tours into France, Switzerland and Germany, in 1782, 1787, and 1789. By the Rev. Thomas Pennington, M.A. 2 vols. 8vo. 15s.