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BY THOMAS K. HERVEY,
Trinity College, Cambridge. Second Edition, with additional Poeins. Foolscap 8vo. price 6s. bds.
“ Amongst the many volumes of minor poems, which begin to make their appearance as the spring advances, the present little collection will be found by no means uudeserving of attention."—New Monthly Mag. April, 1824.
“ We take leave of our juvenile poet, by assuring him that his little volume of poems contains more beauties, in a given extent, and fewer blemishes, thau we usually expect in
first essay;' and, should he still court the Muse with the devotion and good taste apparent in his preseut work, he canuot fail, eventually, to enrol his name with that of • the poet of nature-Oliver Goldsmith."-Somerset. House Gazette, No. 24.
" Wherc alınost every line is beautiful, selection is difficult; and were we to indulge our admiration, by selecting every part of this elegant poem which claims it, our extracts might subject us to the cliarge of pirucy.''- British Critic, Aug. 1824. See also the Literary Chronicle, Metropolitan Review, Universal Review, Critical
Gazette, &c. &c. &c.
8vo. price 38. sewed. “ There is both poetry and feeling in this very short but pleasing publication. The style is a successful imitation of Mr. Crabb's, who appears, by one of the notes, to be a favorite with the author."-Nero Monthly Mag.
AN ABRIDGMENT OF ALL THE STATUTES
Now in Force relative to
BY JAMES HUIE,
Collector of Excise. A new Edition, revised. In I thick Vol. 8vo. price 12. 10s. boards. “The Book has now been twenty-six years before the public; and I have again to acknowledge, with the greatest respect, the sense that has been expressed of its usefulness, oy the most eminent characters in the law, and in the revenue, and by the most respecte able manufacturers and merchants."-Author's Preface.
9 THE LIFE OF WILLIAM HEY, Esq. F. R. S.“ Member of the Royal College of Surgeons in London, &c. &c.; and late Senior
Surgeon of the General Infirmary at Leeds,
Second Edition. 2 Vols. post Svo. price 14s. boards. • We have singular satisfaction in introducing to our readers this valuable addition to British Biography. We could earnestly wislı, that our libraries abounded with books of this character.
“ We must be contented to quit the subject of the narrative of the compiler, lo whom the public is greatly indebted for a highly useful and interesting recurd of facts and virtues, which cannot be contemplated by a rightly-disposed mind without great moral benefit.”
By Hurst, Robinson, and Co. London.
10 MEMOIRS OF GEORGE III. From the Peace of Amiens, 1802, to the Termination of the Regency, 18203 Forming Vols. XIII. and XIV. of the History of Great Britain.
By WILLIAM BELSH AM.
Two Vols. 8vo. Il. 1s. . « We congratulate the public on the completion of Mr. Belshan's History, from the Revolution to the Death of George the Third, as revised in his late edition, and completed in the two recent volumes. It forms the oply his ory of the period which deserves to be chorished and read among friends of civil liberty, and of the free priociples of the constitution. The style is clear and nervous without dogmatism, and eloquent without inflation, while the spirit is temperate, and the details uuimpeachable in veracity and impartiality."
IN A SERIES OF ESSAYS,
BY JOHN LANDSEER, F. A. S. &c.
Monuments of Antiquity. In 4to. with numerous Plates, price 21. 12s. 68. boards. “ Mr. Landseer has evinced great research avd ingenuity in the composition of this work, and we trust its merit will not be overlooked by the public."
New Monthly Magazine.
13 THE WORKS OF JOHN PLAYFAIR, Esq. Late Professor of Natural Philosophy in the University of Edinburgh, &c. &c.
WITH A MEMOIR OF THE AUTHOR.
In 4 Vols. 8vo. price 21. 128. od. boards. « There is no composition on the history of the physical and exact sciences, in our lan. guage, which cau be compared to that of Mr. Playfair in philosophical eloquence."
Edinburgh Revier', No. "1.
A PLAY: IN FIVE ACTS,
and Minor Poems.
svo. price 108. 6d. boards.
Works recently Published.
15 THE ALBIGENSES; A ROMANCE, By the Author of “ BERTRAM," a Tragedy ; “ WOMEN, OR POUR ET
Contre," &c. &c. Second EDITION, 4 Vols. 12mo. price il 12s. boards. “ It will he observed, that these extracts have been made from a single volume, simply because, in turning over its pages, they struck us as affording sufficiently varied examples of the writer's ability. Bui there are three more volumes, from which specimens of equal beauty and expressiveness might be selected ; and we conceive we can hardly pass a higher panegyric on this new aud puwerful production."--Literary Gazetle.
“ The Author of those popular productions, · Bertram,' Women,' • Montorio,' &c. has unquestionably proved hiinself master of a great profusion of striking and eloquent lan. guage, of a rich and picturesque conception, and of much curious and romantic knowledge.
“ The book ought to be read, and a large proportion of it may challenge, and even ensure, adinisation. We should look in vain to any other novelist for passages superior in vigour and beauty to many in the Albigenses.”- Universal Review, No. 2.
“ of the descriptive talent possessed by Mr. Maturiu, which has suffered no abatement in the present instance, we can speak in terms of unqualified praise. Every chapter abounds in passages bearing the impress of a fervid and picturesque imagination.”
British Critic, May, 1824.
GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND;
Moral and Political Influence.
A VISIT TO SPAIN IN 1822 AND 1823; With General Notices of the Manners, Customs, Costume, and Music of the Country.
BY MICHAEL J. QUIN.
Second Edition. 8vo. price 12s. boards. " This volume is unquestionably a safer guide to the feelings of the Spanish poople, as well as a more honourable testimony to individual authorship, than any work that has hitherto appeared on the peninsular revolution."- Blackwood's Magazine.
“ The whole book is written in a lively and agreeable manner, and with considerable powers of description."- Edinburgh Revicw, No.79.
KING OF THE SPAINS.
8vo. 10s. 6d. boards.
We can only repeat, that it is extremely interesting and well written, and that the dispassionateness and consistency its details, give it the highest claims to attention."-Literary Museum.
W. LEWIS, PRINTER, 21, FINCH-LANE, CORNHILLY LONDON,