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The second edition of the Paradise Mayo, M.D. By Thomas Mayo, of Coquettes, a Poem M.D.
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611 Bentham's, Jeremy, Plan of a
moirs of the Life and Doc- Bibliotheca Antiqua — Charles
trines of the late John Hunter 168 Aleyn's Historie of that wise
542 of that name the Seventh.. 305
Dela- Godfrey of Bulloigne 193
Foure Bookes of Virgil's
259 Bower's, Alexander, History of
647 Brazil, History of, by Robert
Southey, part the second.. 328
ties of the See and Cathedral
Church of Norwich
Historical and Archi-
646 tectural Essay, relating to
History and Antiqui.
Vindication of the ties of the Cathedral Church
improved, by W. R. Laxton 93 Enquiry into some of the
Laou-seug-urk; or, an
39 nese Drama, translated by
622 Delaplaine's Repository of the
Lives and Portraits of dis-
502 Distresses of the Country, a
into some of the principal East India College, Statements
the History of the
99 England, Common consent, the
....... 540 English Constitution, Four Let-
and Latin Languages, a
650 comparative View of the, by
Student's Companion, a
42 Evangelical Clergy, Considera.
238 by the Rev. Richard Warner 649
546 Sessions for the County of
205 Ewing's, Thomas, System of
Schools and Private Students 314
Memoir on the, by Antonio Fernandez, Don Felipe, Spa-
Fish's, Howard, Amatory and Haslam's, John, M.D. Consider.
542 ations on the Moral Manage-
371 | Hays's, Mary, Family Annals 432
F.R.S. &c. the Private Cor- Hebrew Grammar and Lexicon,
-'s, Wm. Temple, Pri. mon Cause and Prevention of,
by Charles Griffith.
Frailty, a Novel..
Tongue, the First Step Lord, Account of the Lives
ib. and Writings of Lope de Vega
ib. Home of Love, the, a Poem,
279 containing an Inquiry into the
Origin and Language of the
a System of, for Divinity in Cambridge, and
Students, by Thos. Ewing 314 Horæ Pelasgicæ, part the First,
Origin and Language of the
of Greece, &c. by Herbert
98 Marsh, D.D.F.R.S. Margaret
Professor of Divinity in Cam-
bridge, and now Lord Bishop
Hunter, John, Memoirs of the
Life and Doctrines of the late,
Hutchison's, A. Copland, Prac.
Common Cause and Preven- IMPORTANT Trifles, by Emma
the Method of, by Peter Ni-
541 Infidelity and Prophạneness, Re-
flections on the influence of,
Letter to Lord Binning, on Rev. E. W. Grinfield.. 415
429 Insane Persons, Considerations
209 ' Ireland, Narrative of a Resi.:
14 cation of, by J. T. R. Beau-
Chief Naval Occurrences of sion, a Vindication of, by
Majendie's Elementary Summa.
ry of Physiology, translated
143 Malthus's, the Rev. Ť. R. State-
60 Manfred, a Dramatic Poem, by
537 Manuscrit Venu de St. Helène
ib. Maps, a Practical Example Book
560 Marsh's, Herbert, Horæ Pelas-
Old Age, a Chinese Drama, ing an Inquiry into the Origin
translated by Mr. Davis 403 and Language of the Pelasgi,
gicæ; part the second, contain-
315 and Language of the Pelasgi,
de Castro, some Account of stitions of the Church of Rome,
94 of Great Britain, an Address
427 the Memory of Richard Rey.
ing Tracts relating to the fall Mode by which Constitutional
157 Inoculation of, by Charles Salt 539
on, by George Man Burrows, nagement of Infants and Chil.