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At Jena, M. F. Jacobs has published the third Number of iiis Elementary Principles oftneGree L nguage. (Elementarbmh der griechischen Sprat he.)

M. F. Hezel has published atDorpat, an Introduction to Generil Grammar, particularly applied to the German Lanfniage. (Einleitt/ngindie Allgmeine Sprachiehre, 8vo. pp. 120. 8 gr.)


Books p"blished this Year. Economical Annals, published monthly, by the Academy of Sciences in Stockholm. Public as well as private economical regu


lations and discoveries, are the subject of this work, the 1st number of which contai'.s among o*her articles, some recent discoveries concerning potat es , the manner of bleaching I nen in Holland, &c.

The History of the Jews, by Josephus, translated and continued to the present time, by Halberg.

The Mosaic Law, by S. D. Michaelis, abridged by A. He.-lrin, B. D. with a Preface, by G. Wykman, D. 0. Professor of Theology at thi. University of Upsal,

The History of England, 3d vol. to the year 1760, abridged from several Authors, by Joh. af Bjerken.

We hope that no -writer will take exception at the omission of his work in the following list, as information respecting it may not have reached us :the

insertion of any w rk should not be considered as a sanction of it; the

list consisting of articles, which we have not examined.


Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London, vol. 1. part 1.7s. 6d.


An Account of the Life and Writings of Dr. Hugh Blair. By J. Hill, L. L. D. 8vo. 6s.

An Account of the Life and Writings of David Hume, Esq. ByT. E. Ritchie. 8vo. 10s. 5d.

A Catalogue of the Royal and Noble Authors of England, Scotland, and Ireland; with Lists of their Works. By the late Earl of Orford. Enlarged and continued to the present time, by T. Park, F. S. A. 5 vol. 8vo. 71. 7s. or 4to. 111. 1 Is.


Dialogues in Chemistry, intended for the Instruction and Entertainment of Ydung People: in which the first Principles of (hat Science are fully explained. To which are added, Questions, and other Exercises for the Examination of Pupils. By the Rev. J. Joyce, Author of Scientific Dialogues, in six volumes, to which the above is a Sequel. 2 vols. 18mo. 7s. halfbound.


Opuscula Ruhnkeniana: acceduntEpistolse novem ad J. P. d'Orvillium antehac inedi^ae. Prefationem et Indices uddidit T. Kidd, 8vo. 12s. boards.


An Essay on the Theory of Money and Principles oi Commerce. By J. Wheatly. 4to. 11. 5s.


Ancient History for the Use of Schools; exhibiting a summary View of the Rise, Progress, Revolutions, Decline and Fall of the various Nations of Antiquity, from the earliest Records of Timo to the Fall of the Roman Fmpire, illustrated by a Map. By the Rev. John Robinson, 12mo. 6s. bound.

The Tutor's Assistant in Natural and Experimental Philosophy, and Pupil's Manual; containing a complete Set or'Quest:ons, and other Exercises, for the Examination of Pupils, in the six volumes of the Scient fie Dialogues. To which is added, a Compendium of the pr ncipal Fac's under each Department of Science. By the. Rev. J. Joyce, Author of Scientific Dialogues. 18mo. 2s. half-bound.

The Elements of English Grammar, with a concise View of the principal Figures of Rhetoric. By G. N. Usher. 6th edition. Is. 6d.

Mathurini Corderii Colloquia Selecta: or, Select Colloquies of Mathi rin Cordier. 16th edition. By Samuel Lor gen, A.M. Is. 6d. bound.

Geochronology of Europe, 8vo. calf, lettered, 10s. 6d.

Histoire Sacree, 2 vols. 9s. half-bound.

Introduction au Lecteur Francois: on

Recuei! de Pieces Choisies; avec l'Explication Jes 1 iiotismes et des Phrases diilicilct qu. s'y tioovent. P. r Lndley Murray, Auteur d'uoe Grammaire Angloise, &c. Jstc. lQuio. 3s. boar.::.

The Stmi.nt's Companion; or, a Summary or' General Knowledge; comprehending Geography, Natural History, Astroiiunv, Chronology, History, Biography, Commerce, Belles Lettres, History of Literature Theo ogy, and Politics. By John Sabne. lvmo. 7s. boards. Illustrated by many Engravings.

Les Voyages de Cyrus; avec un Discouis sur la Mythologie et la Tlicolo; ie des Anciens- Par M. Ramsay. Seconde Edit.on, avec la S gnirlcat■• n des Mo's les plus d rficilts en A.iy'lois au has de chaque page. Kevue et boigneusemeut corrigee, par Dr. Wanostrocht. 12mo. 4s. 6d. bound.


Daniel's Rural Sport , 3 vols. 8vo. 51. 5s. boards, and in 3 vols. 4to. 11. 17s. 6d. boards. A new edition, with considerable additions und improvements.


Memoirs of John Lord de Joinville, Grand Seneschal of Champagne, written by himself, containing a Part of the Reign of Louis IX King of France, surnamed St. Louis, including an Account of that King's Expedit.on to Egypt in the year 1248. To which are added, the Notes and Dissertations of M. Du Cange on the above, together with the Dissertations of M. Le Ei.n de La Battie, on the Life of St. L is, M. L'Eveque de la Ravaliere and M. Falconet) on the Assassins of Syria; finm the " Memoires de l'Acadcmie de E«i!es Lettres et Inscriptions de Fiance." Tin whole translated by Thomas Jolines, Esq. M. P. In 2 vols. 4to. illustrated by engravings. 41. 4s.


Observations upon the proposed Reform in the Adm.nistration of Civil Justice in Scotland. By James Fergusson, E?q. Advocate, 8vo. 4s. sewed.

A Treatise on the Law of Idiocy an ' Lunacy; to which is subjoned, an Appendix, conta ning the Practice of the Court of Chancery on thi subject; by A. Highmore. Cs. boards.


Address to the Proiessors of Physic and Surgery in London and Westminster; proposing the Institution of a Society for investigating t'( Cause, Symplons, and cure of the Hydropsibia, 6il.

Medical Reports of Cases and Experi

ments, with Observations, chiefly derived from Hospital Practice: to which are added, an Inquiry into the Origin of Canine Madness, and Thoughts on a Plan for its Extirpation from the British Isles. By Samuel Argent Bardsley, M. D. M. R. M. S. Edinburgh; and M. S. London: Physician to the Manchester Infirmary, Dispensary, Lunatic Hospital, and Asylum; and Vice-President of the Literary and Philosophical Society, at Manchester. 8vo. Hs. boards.

Discourses on the Management of Infants, and the Treatment of their Diseases; written in a plain, familiar Style, to render them intelligible and useful to all Mothers. By John Herdman, M. D. Member of the Royal College of Physicians) London, of the Medical Society, Edinburgh, and one of the Physicians of the City Dispensary. The second Discourse may be had separate, prjee 3s. 6d. 8vo. 6s. boards.

First Lines of the Practice of Surgery, illustrated by such Plates as are essential to the Subject; being an Elementary Work for Students, and a concise Book of Reference for Practitioners. By Samuel Cooper, 8vo. 12s. boards.

An Epitome of the Diseases incident to Children, foolscap, 8vo. price 3s. 6d. By William Heberden, M. D. F. R. S.

A View of the Nervous Temperament; being a Practical Enquiry into the increasing Prevalence, Prevention, and Treatment of those Diseases commonly called Nervous, Bilious, Stomach and Liver Complaints, Indigestion, Low Spirits, Gout, &c. By Thomas Trotter, M.D. 8vo. 7s. boards.

A popular Essay on the Disorder familiarly termed a Cold, containing a collection of Receipts and Remedies. By E. L. White, 5s.

An Essay on the Nature of Fever; being an Attempt to ascertain the Principles of its Treatment. By A. P. Wilson, M. D. 5s.

An Inquiry into the Changes induced on Atmospheric Air by the Germination of Seeds, the Vegetation of Plants, and the Respiration of Animals. By D. Ellis. 6d.


General Observations upon the probable Effects of any Measures which have for their Object the Increase of the Bjlgular Army; ani uppn -he Principles which shouic regulate the System for calling out the great Body of the People in Defence of the British Empire. 8vo. 2s. 6d. MISCELLANIES.

The YouDg Lady's Pocket Library ; or.

Parental Monitor: containing, 1. Dr. Gregory's Father's Legacy to his Daughters; 2. Lady Pennington's Unfortunate Mother's Advice to her Daughters; 3. Marchioness rle Lambert's Advice of a Mother to her Daughter; 4. Moore's Fables for the Female Sex, foolscap, 8vo. 6s. boards.

The Paraphrase of an Anonymous Greek Writer, (hitherto published under the name of Andronicus Rhodius) on the Nicomachean Ethics of Aristotle. Translated from the Greek, by William Bridgman, F.L.S.royal 4to. li. lis. 6d. boards.

My Pocket Book; or, a Hint for a "Ryght Merrie and Conceited Tour," to be called the Stranger in Ireland, in 1805. By a Knight Errant. 4to. 4s. 6d.

Engravings to illustrate the Miseries of Human Life. By J. A. Atkinson, 12s.

More Miseries of Human Life, illustrated in 12 Plates. By T. Rawlinson 6s. 6d.

Stultifera Navis, the Modern Ship of Fools, 8s.

Aphorisms of Sir Philip Sidney. With Remarks by Miss Porter. 2 vol. 10s. 6d. The Laughable Magazine or Cabinet of , Humour. Plain Is. Coloured 2s. To be continued monthly.

The Works of FrancisRabelais, translated from the French, with explanatory Notes, by Du Chat, Motteux, Ozell, and others, 4 vols. 12mo. 21s. boards.

The Works of Epictetus, translated from the original Greek. By the late Mrs. Elizabeth Carter, in 2 vols. 8vo. price 16s. bound. _ Advantages and Disadvantages of the Married State. 8vo. 4d.

The Public Undeceived; containing a Statement of all the Facts relative to Mr. Dibdin's Pension. 2s.

Essay on the History and Effects of the Coronation Oath, including Observations on a Bill recently submitted to the Consideration of the House of Commons; by John Joseph Dillon, Esq. 2s. fid.

The British Cabinet of 1806; or Memoirs of the Illustrious Personages, who composed the late Administration. 5s. boards.

Fragments of Oriental Literature. With a Plate from a Chinese Vase. Sold by T. Payne, Pall Mall. 8vo. 6s. boards.

A Critical Catalogue of the Pictures now exhibiting at the Gallery of the British Institution," in Pall Mall. By Thomas Herman Knoop. 8vo. 3s. 6d.

Dialogues on various Subjects. By the late William Gilpin, A. M. Prebendary of Salisbury, and Vicar of Boldre in New Forest. Published by his Trustees for the Benefit of his School at Boldre. 8vo.

Observations on the Hypotheses which have been assumed to account for the Cause of Gravitation from Mechanical Principles. By the Rev. S. Vince, M. A. &e. 8vo. Is.

The Architect, a Dramatic Sketch in two Acts, by the late Nicholas Gypsum, Esq. and edited by his Nephew, Svo. 2s. 6d.


An Abridgment of Goldsmith's Natural History of Beasts and Birds, interspersed with a Variety of interesting Anecdotes; intended as a Companion to the Abridgment of Goldsmith's Histories of Greece, Rome, and England. 12mo. 6s. bound.


The Caledonian Musical Repository, a selection of esteemed Scottish Songs, with the Music, adapted for the Voice, Violin, and German Flute, 12roo. 3s. 6d. boards.

Poems, by David Carey. 8vo. 5s. 6d. boards.

Verses addressed to the Archduke Charles, English, Latin, German, Italian, and French. 4to.

Tableau de l'Histoire Universale, jusqu'a • l'ere Chretienue, en Vers Francais, 8'vo. 3s.

The Triumphs of Petrarch, translated into English Verse, with an Introduction and Notes. By the Rev. Henry Boyd, A. M. Chaplain to his Royal Highness, the Duke of Sussex, and to the Right Hon. the Earl of Charleville; Translator of Dante, &c. &c. Elegantly printed on wove paper, and hot-pressed, foolscap, 8vo. 7s. 6d. boards.

Poems. By James Grahame. Vol. L Containing the Sabbath; Sabbath Walks, the Rural Calendar, and smaller Poems. Vol. II. Containing the Birds of Scotland; and Mary Stuart, a Dramatic Poem, 2 vols, foolscap, 8vo. 14s. boards. Elegantly printed by Ballantyne and Co. on wove paper, and hot-pressed.

Poems. By William Wordsworth, Author of Lyrical Ballads. 2 vol. foolscap, 8vo. lis. boards. Elegantly printed on wove paper and hot-pressed.

The Poetical Works of Sir William Jones, with th« Life of the Author, 2 v»l. foolscap, 8vo. 10s. 6d. boards. With Frontispieces designed and engraved by Dagley.

The Works of the British Poets; with their Lives, principally written by Samuel Johnson, L. L. D. 124 vol. 18mo. 121. sewed; or, in 61 val. in extra boards. 121.12s.


The State of the Catholics of Ireland,


Popular Preaching lecommeuded by tilt* Conduct of Christ as a Teacher, a Sermon preached to the Supporters of the Unitarian Fund, in Parliament Court, Spitaliields, November 26, 1806. Published by Request. By Joshua Temlmiu, D. D. To wh ch is added, the Report of the Committee of the Unitarian Fund, 12mo. Is.

A Sermon preached on Wcine^day, February 25, 1807, the Day app/mte 1 for a General Fast, and before H. M. Colds'ream Regiment of Guards, and afterwards at Prompton Lodge, b.-fore their Reyal Highnesses the Uutchess, the Pr ncess, and Prince William Frederick Duke of Gloucester. By the Kev Wilham Daking, L. I*. B. F.S. A. 4to. Is. 6d.

The Propagation of Christianity was not indebted to any Secondary Causes, a Prize Essay, published in pursuance of the will of the Rev. J. Hulse, of St. John's College, Cambridge. By the Rev. S. B. Vince, B. A Fellow of King's College, Cambridge. 8vo. Is.

A Confutation of Atheism, from the Laws and Constitution of the Heavenly Bodies, in Four Discourses preached before the University of Cambridge. By the Rev. S. Vince, A." M. F. R. S. Plumian Professor of Astronomy and Experimental Philosophy. 8vo. 4s. 6d. beards

A Short Epitome of the History and Doctrine of the Holy Bible, with Practical Instructions for the Use of Young Persons. By Mrs. Wilson, Author of Juvenile Instruction, price Is. fid.


The First Volume, illustrated by a very accurate Map of North Britain, during British and Roman Times, and other Engravings of Caledonia, or an Account Historical and Topographic, of North Britain, from the most ancient to the present Times. With a Dictionary of Places, Chorographical and Philological. To be completed in four Volumes. By George Chaiuier, F. R. S. and S. A. vol. I. 4to. 31. 3s. boards, and a few Copies on imperial paper. 41. 14s. 6d.


A Sketch of a Tour on the Continent. By James Edward Smith, M. D. F. R. S. Member of the Academies of Turin, TJpsal, Stockholm, Lund, Lisbon, Philadelphia, the Imperial Acaden , Naturae Curiosorum, &c. &c. President of the Linnean Society. 2d edition, :"'vo;s. 8vo.

explained by Abstracts from the Irish Statutes. 2s.

The State of the Case, addressed to Lord Greuville, and Ix>rd Howick. '2s.

A Speech delivered at a Meeting of the Merchants Company of Edinburgh, respecting- the Police Act, Feb. 16th, 1807. By J. B: Gilchrist, Esq. L.L.D. 2s.

A True History of the Late Short Administration, fid.

General Reflections or, the System of the Poor Laws, with a short View of Mr. Whitbread's Bill, and Comments on it. 8vo. Is. 6d.

Thoughts on the Value to Great Britain, of Commerce in general; and on the Value and Importance of the Colonial Trade in particular. By Charles Bosa liquet, Esq. Svo. price 2s.


A Letter to Samuel Whitbread, Esq. M.P. on the Subject of two Bills now pending in. Parliament; by Robert Devertil,. Esq. Is. 6d.

The Substance of Three Speeches in Parliament, on the subject tor the Abolition of the Slave Trade: by G. H.bbert, Esq. M. P. 2s. 6d.

Cursory Reflections on the Measures now in Agitation, in Favour of the Roman Catholics of the United kingdom. By a Loyal Irishman.

Speech of the Rt. Hon. Viscount Howick, March 16, 1807, stating the Circumstances which led to the Change of Administration. 6d.

A Sequel to the Serious Examination into the Roman Catholic Clams: containing a u.ore particular Inquiry into the Doctrines of Popery, as formerly held, and as now professed; with Remarks on some late Publications of Mr. Keogh, Mr. Quin, Sir John Throckmorton, and Dr. Milner. By the Rev. Thomas Le Mesurier, Rector of Newnton-Longville, in the County of Bucks; and late Fellow of New College, Oxford, price 3s.

Two Dissertations, addressed to a Friend, and recommended to the Perusal of the Advocates for extenefng the Power of the Roman Catholics in this Country. By a Clergyman. 12mo. 3s. boards.


An Essay on the Study of Statistics, containing a Syllabus for Lectures, and intended to assist the Inquiries of inexperienced Travellers; by D. Boileau. &>. 6d. boards.

Dr. Reece's request, will meet with early attention.

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