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BRADBURY AND EVANs, Bouverie street, FLEET street.
A RT. I. 1. Travels in the Morea.
. The Life of a Lawyer.
. Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry. -
MONTHLY REVIEW FOR MAY.
By William Martin Leake, Esq.,
2. Narrative of a Tour through some parts of the Turkish
Empire. By John Fuller, Esq. - - - 1
Written by Himself. - - 13
. Travels through Central Africa to Timbuctoo; and across
. Field Sports of the North of Europe; comprised in a per-
sonal narrative of a residence in Sweden and Norway in
the years 1827-28. By — Lloyd, Esq. - - - 39
. The Influence of Climate in the Prevention and Cure of
Chronic Diseases, more particularly of the Chest and Di-
gestive Organs, &c.—with an Appendix, containing a Se- ries of Tables on Climate. By James Clarke, M. D. -
. Julio Romano, on the Force of the Passions, an Epic
Drama, in Six Books. By Charles Bucke, author of the
“Beauties, Harmonies, and Sublimities of Nature.” -
Notices of Brazil in 1828 and 1829. By the Reverend R.
Walsh, LL.D. M.R.S.A. Author of “a Journey from
Constantinople,” &c. &c. &c. - - - -
Address of Earl Stanhope, President of the Medico-Bota-
nical Society, for the Anniversary Meeting, January 16,
1830. - - - - - - - 102
A History of the Establishment and Residence of the Jews
in England; with an Enquiry into their Civil Disabilities.
By John Elijah Blunt, of Lincoln's Inn, Esq. M.A. Bar-
rister at Law. - - - - - 106
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1. The Doom of Devorgoil, a Melo-drama. Auchindrane;
or the Ayrshire Tragedy. By Sir Walter Scott, Bart.
2. Twelve Dramatic Sketches, founded on the Pastoral
Poetry of Scotland. By W. M. Hetherington, A.M.