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the Rev. R. Heber, A. M. Canon of St Asaph, Rector of Hodnet, and late Fellow of All Souls' College.
The first Part of Mr David Booth's Analytical Dictionary of the English Language is now in the press. The same gentleman is also preparing for publication, a work to be entitled, The Morality of Hu man Nature, compared with that of Religious Systems, and with the Doctrines of Modern Philosophers.
Mr Robertson, whose local knowledge of the country and of the transactions render him peculiarly competent to the task, has written the History of the late Revolution in Mexico, including a Narrative of the Expedition of General Xavier Mina, with some Observations on the practicability of opening a commerce between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, and on the future importance of such commerce to the civilized world.
A new volume of Poems, by J. Clare, the Northamptonshire Peasant, is in the press, and is expected to appear about Christmas.
Speedily will be published in 4to, price L. 2, 2s. boards, an Account of the Discovery of a New Continent called New South Shetland, with a Description of the Manners and Customs of its Inhabitants, illustrated by numerous Engravings, from Drawings made on the spot, by Captain J. Rogers.
A New Ecclesiastical History is proposed to be published by subscription, by John Augustine Waller, Esq. Four parts to be published separately.
Mr J. Bowring has in the press a volume of Translations from the Russian, with preliminary remarks on the language and poetical literature of Russia.
A Christian Biographical Dictionary; containing an account of the lives and writings of many of the most eminent Christians in every nation, from the commencement of the Christian æra to the present period, is preparing by John Wilks, Jun.
Digitalem Monographiæ; sistens historiam Botanicam generis tabulis omnium specimen hactenus cognitarum illustratum at plurimum ad icones Ferdinandi Bauer in bibliotheca Gulielmi Cattley, A. M. cura Johannis Lindley, F. L. S.
Mr Ackermann has issued proposals for publishing, in six monthly parts, an Historical and Picturesque Tour of the Seine from Paris to the Sea, illustrated by 24 highly finished coloured engravings, from drawings made for the purpose by Messrs Pugin and Gendall, It will be printed in the same size and style as his other illustrated works, and the first part will appear on the 1st of January 1821.
The same Publisher is also preparing a description of the Manners, Customs, &c. of the people of Dalmatia, Illyria, and the adjacent countries, in two pocket volumes, embellished with 32 coloured plates. This work will form the commencement of a series, intended to embrace all the nations of the globe, and to be denominated the World in Miniature.
The General History of the House of Guelph, or Royal Family of England, from the first record of the name, to the accession of George the First to the throne of Great Britain, printing' under the immediate patronage of his Majesty, will be ready early in December, in one volume, 4to.
A small work, to be entitled the Mental Calculator, a compendium of concise, but general rules of easy solution on various useful and interesting problems in astrono my, forming an epitome of the elements of that science, to which is annexed a Guide to the Constellations, is preparing by Mr Lovekin.
Observations showing the National and Domestic Evils resulting from too low wages, with hints respecting the means likely to render the working classes better satisfied, more loyal, contented and happy ; to which is annexed, a copy of the act of parliament upon this subject, passed July 24, 1820, and the speeches of the members of the House of Commons thereon.
A second edition of Mr Lloyd's Translation of Alfieri's Tragedies, to which will be added, Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Alfieri. The Memoirs, 1 vol. 12mo, with his portrait finely engraved by Cooper, will be sold separately.
Auston Park, a Tale, one volume, 12mo, is in the press.
A small volume of Poems, entitled, What is Life, with some other effusions, from the pen of Mr Thomas Bailey, may be expected to appear about the first week in January.
The Form of Process in the Jury Court; by John Russell, Esq. Clerk to the Signet, and one of the Clerks of the Jury Court. second edition, improved.
The Mountain Bard, consisting of Ballads and Legendary Tales; by James Hogg. Third edition, with a Life of the Author by himself.
A Treatise on the Proper Selection and Management of Live Stock, with Cures and Preventives of the most Prevalent Disorders; and likewise a Proper System for the Management of Arable and Grazing Farms, particularly adapted for the Highlands of Scotland; with Numerous Useful Hints to Practical Farmers. Beards, 7s. 6d.
A New Periodical Work, entitled the Christian Recorder. No. 1. will appear on the 16th of January. 1s.
A Treatise on the Law of Bills of Exchange, Promissory Notes, and Letters of Credit in Scotland; by the late William Glen, Esq. A new edition, corrected, improved, and much enlarged, with all the decided Cases bearing upon the Subject.
The Scrap Book, containing a Collection of amusing and striking pieces in Prose and Verse, chiefly selected from the Standard and Floating Literature of the last twelve or fifteen years; together with an Introduction and Occasional Remarks and Contri
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THE History and Antiquities of the See and Cathedral Church of Litchfield; illus trated by a series of sixteen engravings of Views, Elevations, Plans, and architectural details of the architecture of that church; with biographical anecdotes of the Bishops of Litchfield and Coventry; by John Britton, F. S. A. L. 1, 18s. medium 4to, L. 3, 3s. imperial 4to, L. 6, 6s. royal folio.
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The Author having accumulated, from various quarters and his own experience, many important Observations, proposes to supply what is long been wanting on this subject-a minute and accurate description of the Disorders incident to Negroes, and their treatment: Written entirely for the use of the Planter, so as to enable him to afford relief with greater confidence and success, which has been but imperfectly executed in the various Editions of Dr Dancer's Medical Assistant. Every thing extraneous will be omitted, so as to render the expence moderate, The nature of many Diseases will be illustrated by Dissections of the Body, a thing hitherto utterly neglected; the vast superiority of the Country Remedies will be proved by numerous experiments; the Diseases of Children, and Management of pregnant Women, particularly insisted on; and, finally, an attempt made to do away with the prevalent erroneous ideas regarding the hereditary constitutional Disorders of Negroes,
The Italian Schools of Painting, with observations on the present state of the arts; by the Rev. J. T. James. 8vo.
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Historical Particulars relative to Southamptom; by John Buller. 8vo. 4s.
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FRANCE. On the night of the 22d No. vember, an attempt was made to murder the Duke Decres, Ex-minister of Marine of France. The Duke retired to bed about twelve o'clock; shortly afterwards he was blown out upon the floor by an explosion of gunpowder under the matresses; a second detonation succeeded in a few seconds, and the room was in a flame. The Duke called his valet, who slept in an adjoining cabinet; the latter answered, "I am lost,' and instantly jumped from the window into the street, a height of 40 feet. His shrieks brought the centinels to the spot, to whom he declared that some villains had thrown him out of the window. The Duke made his way out of the apartment, and medical
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aid was immediately procured; it was found that he had his right thigh and arm much burnt. The firemen, on examining the apartment, found that several pounds of powder had been deposited between the matresses, and ignited by means of a train which led under the door. Every thing appeared to justify the suspicion, that the valet was the author of this horrible_design, particularly when it was discored that bank bills had been taken from the Duke's writing-desk to the amount of 9000 francs. He has since died in the hospital of the injury which he received by his fall from the window.
SPAIN. The Spanish Cortes closed its Session on the 9th November. The King being, as stated, unwell with a cold and