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Two Sermons on Religious Establishments. By R. Dickenson, M. A. 2s.
Serious Attention to personal Holiness and Soundness of Doctrine, considered in a Sermon, preached June 1. 1808, by the Rev. T. Robinson, M. A. ls. : A Dissertation upon the Logos of St John. By R. Lawrence, LL. D. 3s.
Illustrations of the Four Gospels, founded on Circumstances pe. culiar to our Lord and the Evangelists. 8vo. 15s.
Thoughts on Prophecy, particularly as connected with the present Times, supported by History. By G. R. Hioan. 8vo. 7s.
A Charge delivered to the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of Mid. dlesex, at the Visitation in May and June 1808. By George Owen, A. M. Archdeacon of Middlesex, and Prebendary of Ely. Is. 6d. .
Select Sermons, by the Rev. Alexander Cleeve, A. B. late Vicar of Woolerton, Northumberland. 8vo. 10s. 6d.
A Sermon against Witchcraft, preached in the Parish Church of Great Paxton, Huntingdonshire, July 17. 1808, with a brief Ac. count of the Circumstances which led to two atrocious Attacks on the Person of Ann Izzard, a reputed Witch. By the Rev. Isaac Nicholson, A. M. ls. 6d.
Christ's Supremacy, and His Church's Privilege defended against human Usurpation. Is.
A critical Essay on the Ninth Book of Bishop Warburton's Di. vine Legation of Moses. 4s.
A new Argument for the Existence of God. Foolscap 8vo. 3s.
A Vindication of Evangelical Preaching, in a Letter to a Barrister, occasioned by the First Part of his Hints to the Public and Legislature. By John Styles. 3s. 6d.
An Essay on future Punishments, intended to show that the Doctrine of endless Misery is inconsistent with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. By R. Wright. 8d.
The Office of Reason in Religion. By John Clarke, D. D. Author of the Answer to the Question, “ Why are you a Christian ?” 3d. or 2s. 3d. per dozen.
A Sermon, preached on the 16th November 1806, the Day after the Funeral of Sir William Forbes of Pitsligo, Baronet. By Archibald Alison, LL. D., F. R. S. Lond. & Edin., Prebendary of Sa. rum, &c. &c. and Senior Minister of the Episcopal Chapel, Edinburgh.
Sermons for the Use of Families, selected by James Hews, Bransby. 2 vol. 12mo. 10s. 6d.
Fruits of Christian Love; or, A Letter to the Society of Friends, called Quakers, on the religious Instruction of their Youth. By Amicus. ls. A Plea for Religion and the sacred Writings, addressed to the Dis. Q 2
ciples of Thomas Paine, and wavering Christians of every Persuasion; with an Appendix, containing the Author's Determination to have relinquished his Charge in the Established Church, and the Reasons on which that Determination was founded. By the late Rev. Dav. Simpson, M. A. Minister of Christchurch, Macclesfield. Fifth Edition. 8vo. 8s. boards ; inferior Edition, 12mo. 4s. bds.
Religious Education, as it constitutes one Branch of the Discipline of the Church of England, considered in a Charge delivered tu the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of St Albans, at the Visitation hoiden June 8. 1808. By Joseph Holden Pott, A. M. 2s. 6d.
Sermons on several Subjects. By the late Rev. William Paley. Svo. 10s. 6d.
A Charge delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Llandaff, in June 1805. By R. Watson, D. D. Lord Bishop of clandaff. Is. 6d.
A Second Letter to the Author of Remarks on the Bishop of Durham's Charge, occasioned by the Vindication of those Remarks, latey republished, by a Clergyman of the Diocese of Durham. l.s.
A Sermon preached before the Duke of Bedford, Lord Lieute11t of Ireland, President, and the Members of the Association for discountenancing Vice, and promoting the Knowledge and Practice o the Christian Religion, April 9. 1807. By the Right Rev. Civristopher, Bishop of Clonfert. 2s.
Christian Doctrine opposed to Heresy, a Visitation Sermon, preuched at Bedford, May 12. 1808. By the Rev. Joshua Morton, Vicar of Risley. Is. 6d.
TOPOGRAPHY. A Picture of Lisbon, taken on the Spot; being a Description, moril, civil and political, physical and religious, of that Capital. Translated from the German of Frederic Link. 8vo.
A Picture of Valencia, comprehending a Description of that Province, its Inhabitants, Manners, Customs, Productions, Manufactures, Commerce, &c. ; with an Appendix, containing a geographical and statistical Survey of Valencia, and of the Balearic and Pi. thyusian Islands, &c. Translated from the German of Christian Augustus Fischer. Evo).
s Piciire of Madrid. Translated from the German of Christian Augustus Fischer. Svo. Os.
Tableau de l'Espagne moderne, par J. Fr. Bourgoing, in 3 vol. Sv), with a 1to Atlas of Plates. 27. 12s. 6d. .
An Account of Jamaic:1, and its Inhabitants. By a Gentleman 10!! resident in the West Indies. Svo. 7s. 6d.
Memoirs of the Musquito Territory, respecting the voluntary Cession of it to Great Britain ; pointing out some of the many Advantages to be derived from the Occupation of that Country. By John Wright Esq. lite Commander of his Majesty's Ship Swift, and Senior Oficer of the Naval Forces at Honduras and on the Musquito Shore. Is. 62.
VOYAGES AND TRAVELS. Travels through Spain and Portugal, recently performed by an English Gentleman; containing accurate Delineations of the Manners and domestic Condition of that Country, with Anecdotes of the Prince of the Peace, &c.; Estimates of the Power and Resources of the Spanish Monarchy, and other interesting and authentic Particulars. In one large vol. small 8vo. Illustrated with a Map of Spain, and several other Engravings. 10s. 6d.