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BRITISH GALLERY OF CONTEMPORARY PORTRAITS,
This work will gradually form a series of PortRAITs of the most emiment persons now living, or lately deceased, in Great Britain and Ireland; including the most distinguished characters in the senate, the church, the navy and army, the learned professions, and the various departments of li. terature, science, and art; those who have most zealously exerted themselves in promoting the arts, agriculture, and commerce of the country; or, by their example or patronage, have most conspicuously contributed to its ge. neral prosperity and happiness; the portraits elegantly and accurately drawn, in an uniform manner, from life, or from the most approved original pit. tures; and the engravings (executed in a style best suited to portrait) perfect fac-similes of the drawings. A number is published every two months, containing six portraits, each accompanied by a short biographical notice, price il. 5s. Proof impressions, in a superior manner, on large paper, price il. 16s. And the copies are delivered according to the dates of orders received.' *...* A few of each portrait are taken off for separate sale, price 5s, Proof - impressions, 7s 6d. An extensive preface is contained in the first number; and titles, together with general lists of the portraits contained in the work, will Hol after; but both the portraits and the biographical notices are left unnumbe ed, in order that each subscriber may form his own arrangement of them. A list of the subscribers will be printed.
FORSYTH's EXCURSION IN ITALY.
REMARKS on ANTIQUITIES, ARTS, and LETTERS, during an Excursion in Italy in the Years 1802 and 1803. By Joseph Forsyth, Esq. in one volume 8vo, price 12s, in boards. Just published.
A New MoDERN ATLAs, BY JOHN PINKERTON.
The Maps are engraved in the size called Colombier, so as to correspond with the works of D’ANville, from drawings executed under Mr PINKERToN’s direction; with all the advantages afforded by the latest improve. ments in geographical precision; and exhibiting the utmost beauty that the state of the arts can admit. It is calculated that the work will be completed in twenty numbers, (fif. teen of which are now published,) each containing three maps, price One Guinea; and as the style of engraving renders first impressions desirable, they are carefully delivered according to the dates of orders. , Copies of each number are neatly put together, with the maps carefully folded upon guards, (as they will be bound when the work is completed.) for more safe conveyance to the country; whilst other copies are delivered without any sold, to those who prefer them in that state. In the last number will be given a geographical memoir, reciting the character and merits of the chief authorities upon which each map has been constructed, with directions for a general arrangement.
DR CLARKE’S TRAVELS.—VolumE THE THIRD.
TRAVELS in various Countries of EUROPE, ASIA, and AFRICA, by EDWARD DANIEL CLARKE, LL.D. Vol. III. elegantly printed in quarto, and illustrated with numerous Engravings.
This volume will form the second section of the Travels in Greece, Egypt,
, and the Holy Land; completing the second part of the whole work, accord
ing to the plan originally proposed by the author, and will contain his Woy. age up the Nile to Grand Cairo, his observations upon the Pyramids of
Djiza and Saccāra; a description of the remains of the City of Sais, in the
Delta; an account of the antiquities of Alexandria, particularly of Pompey's Pillar and the Crypta of Necropolis; his subsequent voyage and travels in Greece, Macedonia, Thrace, &c, &c. ~
PROFESSOR STEWART'S PHILOSOPHY OF THE HU- MAN MIND,-Volume THE SEcoRD. ELEMENTS of the PHILOSOPHY of the HUMAN MIND, by DUGALD STEwART, late Professor of Moral Philosophy, and Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh; Honorary Member of the Imperial Academy
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MessRs LYSONS MAGNA BRITANNIA; VOLUME THE SIXTH, CONTAINING CORNWALL. The Magna Britannia will form a concise topographical account of the several counties of Great Britain, by the Rev. DANIEL LYSON, A.M.F.R.S. F.A. and L.S. Rector of Rodmorton, Gloucestershire, and SAMUEL LYson, Esq. F.R.S. and F.A.S. Keeper of his Majesty's Records in the Tower of London. Handsomely printed in 4to. with numerous engravings of maps, antiquities, &c. &c. *** A few copies on imperial paper, with proof impressions.
__ BRITANNIA DEPICTA.—PART VI. ONTAINING TWENTY:FOUR VIEWS IN CORNWALL. A Series of Views of the most interesting and picturesque Objects in the several Counties of Great Britain, engraved from Drawings by Messrs Farington, Hearne, Turner, Alexander, Smith, &c. * *** These two last-mentioned works, which illustrate each other, are
sold together, or separate; they are continued regularly at the same periods,
arranged in the same manner, (the counties alphabetically,) and printed on
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LONDON AND WESTMINSTER ; ANCIENT AND MoDERN. Being a general History and Survey of these Cities, founded principally upon STRYPE’s edition of Stow ; with Introductions, Notes, and Supplements, bringing the whole down to the time of publication. Elegantly printed in royal quarto, and illustrated by numerous engravings. A few copies on imperial paper, with proof impressions.
THE HISTORY OF THE CITY OF DUBLIN, Ecclesiastical, Civil, and Military, from the earliest Accounts to the present Period; with an Appendix, containing a View of the several Charters, 'Grants, and Immunities, now extant, and an Abstract of all the Acts of Parliament relative to the City; extracted from the national Records, approved Historians, many curious and valuable Manuscripts, and other authentic Materials. By JoHN WARBURTON, Esq. Deputy Keeper of the
Records in Birmingham Tower, and the REv. JAMES WHITELAW, M.R.
I.A. Vicar of St Catherine's in that City, (Author of “An Essay on the Population of Dublin.”) Handsomely printed in 4to. and illustrated by ancient and modern maps of the city, numerous views of the principal buildings, &c. by the most eminent artists
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MR HAGGITT ON GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE.
Two Letters to a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, upon the Subject of Gothic Architecture, by the REv. JoHN HAGGITT, Rector of Ditton,
near Cambridge. Just published, in royal 8vo. price 10s. 6d. boards.
MR ADOLPHUS's POLITICAL STATE OF THE BRITISH - EMPIRE.
A general View of the Domestic and Foreign Possessions of the Crown,
-—the Laws, Commerce, Revenues, Offices, and other Establishments, Mi
litary as well as Civil. By JoHN ADoLPHUs, F.S.A. (Author of “The His
tory of England, from the Accession of King George III, to the Conclusion of Peace ifi the Year 1788,”) 4 vols 8vo,
Preparing for Publication by Cadell and Davies, Strand, London.
MR WES! ALL’S FOREIGN SCENERY.
A Series of Views of Picturesque and Romantic Scenery in Madeira, the Cape of Good Hope, Timor, China, Prince of Wales’s Island, Bombay, Mahratta Country, St Helena, and Jamaica, from Drawings made in those Countries, by WILLIAM WESTALL, A.R.A. Engraved by the most emiment artists, in the line manner, in an uniform size with Messrs Hearne and Byrne's Antiquities of Great Britain, and each View accompanied by a descriptive account. r
*** Two numbers are already published, a third will appear very Soon, and the publication will be continued occasionally.
Consisting of an extensive and interesting Correspondence from the Year 1625 to 1748; throwing much new light upon that eventful Period of Bri. tish History, but more particularly relating to the Rebellions in 1715 and 1745; and including many Letters from the unfortunate Lord Lovat, and other distinguished Persons of the Time. The whole published from the Originals in the Possession of DUNCAN Forbes, of CULLODEN, Esq. To which will be prefixed, an Introduction, including Memoirs at the RightHonourable Duncan Forbes, Lord President of the Court of Sessioboi Scotland. Handsomely printed in quarto, and illustrated by engravings o a portrait of the Lord President, of Roubiliac’s celebrated monument to his memory, and of fac-similes of the most interesting signatures.
MOSHEIM'S COMMENTARIES, TRANSLATED BY MR WIDAL.
DR BANCROFT ON PERMANENT COLOURS.
FALCONER'S UNIVERSAL DictionARY OF THE
A copious Explanation of Technical Terms and Phrases employed in the
Construction, Equipment, Furniture, Machinery, Movements, and Military Operations of Ships; interspersed with such parts of Astronomy as will be found useful to Practical Navigators: The whole illustrated with a variety of Modern Designs of Shipping, together with separate Views of their Masts, Sails, Yards, and Rigging. To which will be annexed a Vocabulary of the
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brated French Writers. Originally compiled by WILLIAM FALconER, Au
thor of the Poem of “THE SHIPwFEck;” and in this new edition, correct
ed, improved, and much enlarged, by WILLIAM BURNEY, LL.D. Master of the Naval Academy, Gosport. In one volume quarto.
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The LIFE of NELSON. By Robert SouTHEY ; beautifully printed in
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| THE ANTHOLOGIES:
. A COLLECTION of the most beautiful POEMS of the Minor Poets of
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- PRIVATE LIFE OF THE MAHRATTAS. LETTERS written in a MAHRATTA CAMP during the Year 1809; descriptive of the Character, Manners, and domestic Habits of that singular People. By THoMAs DUER BROUGHToN, Esq. of the Honourable East India Company’s Service, lately Commander of the Resident’s Escort at the Court of Scindia. Dedicated, by Permission, to the Marquis of Wellesley. Handsomely printed in 4to, and illustrated with Twelve highlycoloured Engravings, after Drawings by a native Artist, peculiarly characteristic of National Manners, gifts.
MUSEUM CRITICUM ; - Or, CAMBRIDGE CLASSICAL RESEARCHES-A New Periodical Journal, (printed at the Cambridge University Press,) to be published Quarterly; the sole object of which is the promotion of Classical Literature in all its branches. No. I. price 4s. containing, I. Sapphonis Fragmenta. II. Tryphonis Grammatici Opuscula Inedita. III. On certain early Greek Historians, mentioned by Dionysius Halicarnassus. IV. On the Middle Voice of the Greek Werb. W. Bibliographical Account of the Editions of Æschylus. VI. Porsoni Adversaria. VII. Burney’s Philemon. VIII. Gaisford’s Account of Dr Clarke’s Manuscripts. IX. Bredow's Literae Parisienses. X. Elmsley's Euripides Heraclidae. XI. List
of Classical Books, recently imported.
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BOY BORN BLIND AND DEAF.
HISTORY of JAMES MITCHELL, A Boy born Blind and Deaf. By
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SKETCH OF THE SIKHS;
A singular Nation, who inhabit the Provinces of the Penjab, situated be:
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Of W. HUSKISSON, Esq. in the House of Commons, in a Committee of the Whole House, upon the Resolutions proposed by the Chancellor of the Exchequer respecting the State of the Finances and the Sinking Fund of Great Britain, on Thursday, the 25th of March, 1813. 8vo. 8s.
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MR CAMPBELL’S REMARKS ON POETRY. CRITICAL and BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICES of the BRITISH POETS, with occasional Selections from their Works. By THoMAs CAMPBELI, Esq. Author of the Pleasures of Hope. Printed uniformly with Mr Ellis’ Specimens, in 4 vols post 8vo, .