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LONDON: PRINTED FOR BALYWIN, CRADOCK, AND JOY,
47, PATERNOSTEROW; '•• :
I. THE LATE PRINCESS CHARLOTTE.
1. A Cypress Wreath, for the Tomb of her late Royal Highness
the Princess Charlotte of Wales : containing original Tributes
to her Memory, by J. Gwilliam, and others; with a Selection
of the best Pieces that have appeared on the Subject : to which
is prefixed, a Biographical Memoir of her Royal Highness,
by J. Coote.
2. A Biographical Memoir of the public and private Life of the
much lamented Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales and
Saxe-Cobourg : illustrated with Recollections, Anecdotes, and
Traits of Character, including incidental Observations upon
Persons and Events connected with the subject of the Memoir;
accompanied by explanatory and authentic Documents in an
3. A Sermon delivered in the Tron Church, Glasgow, on Wednes-
day, Nov. 19, 1817, the Day of the Funeral of her Royal
Highness the Princess Charlotte of Wales. By Thomas
4. A Poem on the Death of her Royal Highness the Princess
Charlotte of Wales and Saxe-Cobourg. By the Rev. R. Ken-
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II. Harrington and Ormond, Tales. By Maria Edgeworth. . 37
JII. The History of Java. By Thomas Stamford Raffles, Esq. 61
IV. Select Pieces in Verse and Prose. By the late John Bowdler,
Esq. Junior. • • -
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V. Mandeville : a Tale of the Seventeenth Century in England.
By William Godwin. . . . . 108
VI. Illustrations (chiefly Geographical) of the Expedition of Cyrus,
from Sardis to Babylonia ; and the Retreat of the Ten Thou-
sand Greeks from thence to Trebişonde and Lydia. With an
Appendix, containing an. Inquiry into the best Method of
improving the Geography of the Arabasis, &c, explained by
Maps. By James Rennel, F.R.S. I. & E. -
VII. EMBASSY to China. 's'; iso : ?
1. Journal of the Proceedings'öf the late Embassy to China ; com-
prising a correct Narrative of the Publié Transactions of the
Embasy, of the Voyage ts ard' from China, of the Journey
from the Mouth of the Pei-ho to the Return to Canton ; inter-
spersed with Observations on the Face of the Country, the
Polity, Moral Character, and Mauners of the Chinese Nation.
The whole illustrated with Maps and Drawings. By Henry
Ellis, Third Commissioner of the Embassy.
2. Narrative of a Voyage in his Majesty's late 'Ship Alceste to the
Yellow Sea, along the Coast of Corea, and through its numer-
ous hitherto undiscovered Islands, to the Island of Lewchew;
with an Account of her Shipwreck in the Straits of Gaspar.
By John M.Leod, Surgeon of the Alceste. - - - 140
VIII. Histoire de l'Astronomie Ancienne. Par M. Delambre, Cheva-
lier de Saint Michel. - - - - • 176
IX. Rob Roy. By the Author of “Waverley,” &c.
X. Narrative of my Captivity in Japan, during the Years 1811, 12,
and 13; with Observations on the Country and the People.
By Captain Golownin, R. N. To which is added, an Ac- -
count of Voyages to Japan, to procure the Release of the
Author and his Companions. By Captain Rikord. • - 225
XI. The Secret and True History of the Church of Scotland, from
the Restoration to the Year 1678. By the Rev. James Kirk-
ton. To which is added, an Account of the Murder of
Archbishop Sharp. By James Russell, an Actor therein.
Edited from the MSS. by Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe, Esq. - 249
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