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affembly, fuppofed to be written
by count de Mirabeau. Tranf
lated from the French, 2 vols. small
Gangrenes and mortifications accom-
panied with, or occafioned by, con-
vulfive fpafms, or arifing from local
injury, producing irritation, obfer-
vations on. By Charles White, efq.
F.R. S. 8vo.
The complete kitchen Gardener, and hot-
bed forcer; with the thorough prac
tical management of hot-houfes, fire-
walls, and forcing-houfes, and the
improved modern culture of the
pinery-ftoves, and pine-apples, being
a thorough practical difplay of these
moft capital branches of gardening
in their general culture, and agree-
ably to the prefent greatly improved
modern procefs. By J. Abercrom-
bie, author of every Man his own
Gardener, commonly called Maw's
Gardener's Kalendar; but the work
of J. A. only, 12mo.
The univerfal Gardener's kalendar, and
fyftem of practical gardening; dif-
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agreeably to the prefent moft fuc-
cefsful methods, &c. By J. Aber-
The Garden vade mecum, or compen-
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difplay of the plants, flowers, fhrubs,
trees, and fruits, and general cul-
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and defcription of the feveral diftricts
of gardening and plantations, under

of the utility, general or particular
plans, dimenfions, foil, fituations, &c.
By J. Abercrombie, 12mo.
The Garland, a collection of poems,




Genefis, annotations upon, with obfer-
vations doctrinal and practical, By
the rev. T. Harwood, late of Univer-
fity College, Oxford, 8vo.
Germanic empire, an hiftorical deve-
lopement of the prefent political
conftitution of the, by J. S. Putter.
Tranflated from the German with
notes, and a comparative view of the
revenues, population, forces, &c. of
the refpective territories, from the
ftatistical tables lately published at
Berlin. By J. Dornford, of Lincoln's
inn, LL. D. 3 vols.
Glory to God and peace to men, the
bleffed effects of divine grace in the
redemption of finners by Jefus Chrift.
Confidered, by R. Taprell, 4to. 587
A new Grammar to teach French and
Englishmen. By D. Blondin, pro-
feffor of divinity at the Fuillans,
Paris, 8vo.
Greenwich, an hiftorical account of the
royal hofpital for feamen at, 1789,
The lady's complete Guide; or cookery
and confectionary in all their
branches. By Mrs. Cole, 8vo. 235



Ucinda Hartley; or, the adventures
of an orphan, containing the hu-
morous hiftory of Mr. Goodwin. By
the author of Lord Winworth, &c.
2 vols. 12mo..
Heat, theory of, by Carradon, &c. 105,


Lettre fur le nom de la planete Herseball.
Par M, de la Lande,


The fair Hibernian, 2 vols. 12mo. 232
Hints, &c. fubmitted to the serious at-
tention of the clergy, nobility, and
gentry, newly affociated. By a Lay-
man. The fourth edition, revised,
with additions, 8vo.
Hiftoire, & memoires de la focieté royale
de medecine, années 1784 1785, 4-
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fique medicale, pour les mêmes années,
de l'academie royale des Sciences,
feparate heads; giving intimations Effai fur l'hiftoire naturelle des roches de





cafion. Together with fome account of the journies of our fovereigns of the house of Brunswick to their dominions on the continent, the goverament established in their abfence, &c. 8vo. 477 Public Improvement; or, a plan for making a convenient and handsome communication between the cities of London and Weftminster. By W. Pickett, efq. 8vo. 234 India, a fhort review of the British go vernment in, and of the fate of the country before the company acquired the grant of the Dewanny, 8vo. 512 Innocence, an allegorical poem. By mifs Mary Young, 4to. 588 An Inquiry, whether any doctrine relating to the nature and effects of the Lord's fupper can be justly founded on the difcourfe of our Lord, recorded in the 6th chapter of the Gofpel of St. John. Being a fupplement to a treatise, intitled, "An Attempt to afcertain and illuftrate the Authority, Nature, and Design of the Inftitution of Christ, commonly called the Communion and the Lord's Supper." By William Bell, D. D. 8vo. 584 Inrolling all deeds, wills, and codicils, affecting lands, throughout England and Wales, impatial thoughts upon the beneficial confequences of, by Francis Plowden, efq. 8vo. 359 Infanity, obfervations on the general and improper treatment of; with a plan for the more speedy and effectual recovery of infane perfons. By B. Faulkner, 8vo. 230 Integrity; or, the history of Sophia Francourt. From the French. 2 vols. 12mo. 713 Journal of the proceedings on board his majesty's fhip the Guardian, commanded by lieut. Riou, bound to Botany Bay. From the 22d of December, 1789, to the 15th of January, 1790. 8vo. 599 Ifrael's falvation; or, an account, from the prophecies of fcripture, of the grand events which await the Jews, to the end of time. By T. Reader. 8vo. 114


DR. James's powder, thoughts and

obfervations on the nature and ufe of, in the prevention and cure of difeafes. By a gentleman of the faculty. 8vo. 709 Imperial election, and journey to Hanover: containing an account of the manner of electing an emperor of Germany: thoughts on the impor. tance of that event at this particular crifis, and on the propriety of the king of Great Britain refiding at

Julia, a novel. By Helen Maria Williams, 2 vols. 12mo. 592 Julius; or, the natural fon, tranflated from the French. 2 vols. 12mo. 356 Hanover, on fo momentous an oc- Juvenal and Perfius. A new and literat



Trapp, contenant leur analyse & des reherches fur leur charactere difinctifs, fuivi du tableau fyftematique de toutes les fpeces varietes de Trapp, &c. Par M. Faujas de St. Fond, 12mo. Paris,

Hiftoric tales, a novel, 8vo.
The Hiftory of three brothers, 12mo.


234 of Charles Mandeville. A fequel to Lady Julia. By Mrs. Brooke, 2 vols. 12mo. 476 Bishop Hoadly's refutation of bishop Sherlock's arguments against the repeal of the teft and corporations acts, 8vo. 342 Homilies of the church of England, obfervations on the, in a series of letters, 8vo. 712 Horace, a differtation concerning two odes of, which have been discovered in the Palatine library at Rome, 4to. Dr. Horfley's ordination fermon, remarks on, in a letter to the lord bifhop of Gloucester. By G. Wakefield, B. A. 8vo. Hortus Kewenfis; or, a catalogue of the plants, cultivated in the royal botanic garden at Kew. By W.Aiton, gardener to his majesty, 3 vols. 8vo.



261 Hot-beds, hints for the management of, and directions for the culture of early cucumbers and melons. To which are added brief inftructions for pruning wall and efpalier-trees, 8vo. 716

The little Hunchback; or, a frolic in Bagdad. A farce in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-royal Covent Garden. Written by John O'Keefe, 8vo. 593

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tranflation of: with copious and explanatory notes, in two volumes. By the rev. Mr. Madan. 8vo.

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THE Kalifh Revolution: containing obfervations on man and manners, by Duras, king of Kalikan, who was Born in the reign of the emperor Auguftus, travelled over moft of the globe, and fill exifts. 8vo. 394

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Effons of moral and religious inftruction, 134 A Letter, addreffed to the delegates from the feveral congregations of proteftant Diffenters, who met at the Devizes, on September 14, 1789. -And Afcond Letter, addressed to the defelegates, from the feveral congregations of proteftant Diffenters, who met at the Devizes, on September 14, 1789. By the author of the first letter. 8vo. Both published by Wilkie. 113 Letter to the rev. Dr. White, containing remarks upon certain paffages in the notes fubjoined to his Bampton-lectures. By Philalethes,

the only fure means of preferving the church from the dangers that now threaten her. By an uppergraduate, 8vo. 465 A Letter to the parliament of Great Britain, on the intended application of the proteftant Diffenters, for ob taining a repeal of the corporation and teft ads. By a member of the univerfity of Cambridge. To which is added, a genuine extract of a letter from king Charles I. to his fon, the prince of Wales, afterwards king of England. 4to. 466 from earl Stanhope to the right hon. Edmund Burke: containing a fhort answer to his late fpeech on the French revolution. Second -edition, 8vo. 474 to the right rev. Dr. Wil liam Cleaver, lord bishop of Chester, on the fubject of two fermons ad. dreffed by him to the clergy of his diocefe; comprehending alfo a vine dication of the late bishop Hoadley, 8vo. 585 -from the right hon. lord Petre, to the right rev. Dr. Horsley, bifhop of St. Davids. 8vo. 705

addressed to the hon. court of directors of the East India company, containing propofals for printing a hiftory of the revolutious of the empire of Indoftan, from the earliest ages to the prefent, 8vo. 600 to the rev. Rich. Price, D.D. LL, D. F. R. S. &c. upon his " Difcourse on the Love of our Country." &c. &c. By W. Coxe, A. A. F. R. S. F. A. S. 8vo. 716 Levi's difcourfe to the nation of the Jews, 8vo. 116,—And a new, fuccinct, and candid examination of Mr. David Levi's objections against Jefus Chrift and the Gofpel Hiftory: in his letters to Dr. Priestley, by Philip David Krauter, D. D. 8vo.And Supplement to the examination of Mr. Levi's objections in his letters to Dr. Priestley. Occafioned by his grofs misreprefentations of it, in his anfwers to Dr. Pricfley's letters. Part II. By Philip David Krauter, D. D. 8vo. Dilly. Liberty or Death. A tract, by John Lowe, jun. 4to. 478 The Life of the late John Howard, efq. with a review of his travels. Ridgway.


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Letters on the politics of France. By a gentlemen at Paris, 8vo. 119 on love, marriage, and adultery, addreffed to the right hon. the earl of Exeter, 8vo. 163

, chiefly from India: containing an account of the military tranfactions on the coaft of Malabar, during the late war. Together with a short description of the religion, manners, and cuftoms, of the inhabitants of Hindoftan. By John le Couteur, efq; tranflated from the French, 8vo. 312 to the people of England, against the repeal of the teft and corporation aЯs, 8vo. 350 A Letter to the rev. Dr. Parr, occafioned by his republication of tracts by Warburton and a Warburtonian, 8vo. 259 to the R. R. the archbishops and bishops of England, pointing out

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And anecdotes of the Life and chara&er of John Howard, efq. 8vo. Hookham,


of the late and faculties of; and of the nature and fources of human happiness. Being a feries of didactic lectures, in four volumes, 8vo. 51 The Man of enterprize, a farce, acted at Norwich, 8vo. Modera Manners, effays ou; addressed to perfons of every denomination, particularly to parents; and humbly dedicated to Beilby, lord bishop of London, by G. Neale, 8vo. 477 Manufcripts, in the library of the king of France, account and extracts of the, 56 The Ifland of St. Marguerite; an opera, in two acts, and first performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane, 8vo. St. Mark's Day; or, king John's freemen, a poem comprehending an account of the origin and ceremony of making free burgeffes at Alnwick, in Northumberland, by a native of Alnwick. To which are added, the bellows, or country jaunt; love in an oven, or the parochial batch; and the failor and the monkies, 4to. 714



Lines on a late refignation at the royal academy, 4to. 588 Literary Relics: containing original letters from king Charles II. king James II. the queen of Bohemia, Swift, Berkeley, Addifou, Steele, Congreve, the duke of Ormond, and bishop Rundle. To which is prefixed, an inquiry into the life of Dean Swift. By George Monk Berkeley, efq. 8vo. 399 London's Glory! on St. George's day, the 23d of April, 1789. With entertaining obfervations on the late royal excursions in the fouth and western counties of England. Dedicated to the hon. William Gill, lord mayor of the city of London, by J. Weft, 4to. 228 4 Look to the last century; or, the Diffenters weighed in their own fcales, 8vo. 464 Love of our country: a difcourfe on the, delivered on Nov. 4, 1789, at the meeting-house in the Old Jewry, to the fociety for commemorating the Revolution in Great Britain, With an Appendix, containing the report of a committee of the fociety, an account of the population of France, &c. Second edition, by Richard Price, D. D. LL.D. F. R. Š. 8vo. 63 -Additions to Dr. Price's difcourfe on the, containing communications from France, occafioned by the congratulatory addrefs of the Revolution fociety to the national affembly of France, with the answers to them, 8vo. 233 Love in many Masks, as altered by J. P. Kemble, from Mrs. Behn's Rover; and firût acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, March 8th, 1790, 8vo. 593 Louifa; or, the reward of an affectionate daughter. 2 vols. 12mo. 118



Acbeth reconfidered: an effay intended as an answer to part of the remarks on fome of the charaders of Shakespeare, 8vo. 116 The Maid of Kent, 3 vols. 12mo. 592 Man, moral and philofophical estimates

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The Marriage law of Scotland stated, by J. Martin, one of the folicitors.of the court of feflion in Scotland, 8vo. 236 Materiality of the foul, an attempt to prove the; by reafon and fcripture. With an Appendix, fhewing the influence of this opinion upon the faith and practice of Chriftians. By the rev. Edw. Holmes, A. M. 30

153 Maxims and obfervations, morál and phyfical, 8vo.

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Medical commentaries for the year
1789. Vol. XIV. By Andrew Dun-
can, M. D. 8vo.

A review of the Medical department in
the British navy, with a method of
reform propofed, by Thomas Trot-
ter, M. D. 8vo
Memoire pour le peuple François. Second
edition, 8vo. Paris.
Memoirs and travels of Mauritius
Auguftus, count of Benyovky,
magnate of the kingdoms of Hun-
gary and Poland, one of the chiefs
of the confederation of Poland, &c.
&c. Confisting of his military ope-
rations in Poland, his exile into
Kamchatka, his efcape and voyage.
from that peuinfula" through the

borthern Pacific Ocean, &c. Write ten by himself. Tranflated from the original munufcript. 2 vols. 4to. 533 Memoirs and opinions of Mr. Blenfield, by the author of the Tales of Sympathy, 2 vols 12mo. 592 of prince William Henry, duke of Gloucester, from his birth, July 24th, 1689, to October, 1697, 8vo. 716 of the life of Robert Adair, efq. 4to. 717 Semi-Metal, new, difcovered by M. Klaproth of Berlin, Authentic Copy of the Memorial to the right hon. William Wyndham Grenville, one of his majesty's principal fecretaries of state: by lieut. John


Mears, of the royal navy, dated 30th larly in refpect to perjury. By

taken, particu

the rev. R. P. Finch, D. D. 8vo. 355 Obfervations upon the rev. Mr. Owen's fermon, preached in the parish church at Warrington, on the 30th of Jan. 1790. By the rev. J. Bealey, 8vo. 466 -on Mr: Dundas's India budget, 8vo. 594 Ode to hope, 4to. 115

of April, 1790, to houfe of commons, May 13th, 1790, containing every particular refpecting the capture of the veffels in Nootka Sound, 8vo. 594 De Montmorency, a novel, founded on a recent fact, intersperfed with a tranflation of an original manuscript found in the Baftile, 2 vols. 12mo. 356 Moral philofophy, the principles of, inveftigated, and brieffy applied to the conftitution of civil fociety, together with remarks on the principle affumed by Mr. Paley, as the bafis of all moral conclufions, and on the other pofitions of the fame author. By Tho, Gisborne, M. A. 8vo. 360 Moral Science, elements of. By James Beattie, LL. D. Vol. I. 8vo. 620 Mufic, a general history of, from the earlieft ages to the prefent period. By Charles Burney, Muf. D. F. R. S. 34 Ancient Northern Mythology, dramatic sketches of the by F. Sayers, M. D. 4to.

on the diftant view of France from Dover-cliff, in the year 1789, 4to. 588 An Ode on the marriage of his grace the duke of Dorset with miss A. D. Cope, humbly dedicated and infcribed to their graces the duke and duchefs of Dorfet, 4to. 588 Oeuvres pofthumes de Frederic II. roi de Pruffe; or, pofthumous works of Fre48r Idess fur l'opera, prefentées a messrs. Les fouferipteurs, les actionnaires, les amateurs de ce fpe&acle. Par M. l Texier, 8vo. 716 An Oration, delivered on the fecular anniversary of the Revolution. By W. Sharp, jun. 8vo.

deric II.



ber, 1489, being the anniversary o his majefty's acceffion to the throne. By the rev. Walter Harper, affiftant-lecturer, 4to. 113 Nation, confiderations on the prefent ftate of the addressed to the right hon. lord Rawdon, and the other members of the two houfes of parliament, affociated for the prefervation of the conftitution, and promoting the profperity of the Brit sh empire. By a late under fecretary of ftate, 8vo. Norman Tales, from the French of M. le Grand, 12mo. 118



Ation, thoughts on the ftate of


Great Britain delineated and demonftrated. 8vo. 77 the state of the, with respect to religion and manners: a fermon, preached at Uxbridge-chapel, Middlefex, on Sunday the 25th of Octo


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