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ART. XIII. SELECT LITERARY INFORMATION.
Preparing for the press, The Mosaic Precepts Elucidated and Defended; by Moses Ben Maimon or Maimonides, Translated from the “More Nevochim;" and accompanied with Notes and Dissertations, and a Life of Maimonides, By James Townley, D. D. Author of Illustrations of Biblical Literature, &c.
lu the press, The Revolt of the Bees. A Tale, in Prose.
Mrs. Peck, Author of the Bard in the West, has in the press, Napoleon, or the Mysteries of the Hundred Days,
Mr. M'Henry, Autbor of the improv. ed Spanish Grammar, &c. has in the press, Synonyms of the Spanish Language explained, and illustrated by co
pious extracts from the best Spanish Poets.
The Rev. Rutton Morris has in the press, The Elements of French Gram. mar, illustrated with cuts : translated from the French, and intended as a First Book.
The Rev. Ingram Cobbin has in the press, Elements of Arithmetic for Children, on a plan entirely new,
In the press, in one vol. 8vo., The History of the Crusades against the Albigenses in the Thirteenth Century, Translated from the French of J. C. L. Simonde de Sismondi. With an Introductory Essay by the Translator.
ART. XIV. LIST OF WORKS RECENTLY PUBLISHED.
HISTORY. Memoirs of the Court of Henry the Eighth. By Mrs. A. T. Thomson, 2 vols. 8vo. with a portrait, ll. 8s.
MEDICINE. An Exposition of the State of the Me. dical Profession in the British Dominions, and of the Injurious Effects of the Monopoly by Usurpation of the Royal College of Physicians in London. 8vo. 9s.
the Surrey Institution, as a Popular Illustration of the general Laws and Phenomena of Creation, in its Unorganized and Organized, its Corporeal and Mental Departments. By John Mason Good, M.D. F.R.S. F.R.S.L. Mem. Am. Phil. Soc. & F.L.S. of Philadelphia. 3 vols. 8vo. 11. 16s.
POEMS. Poems, principally on Sacred Subjects. By the Rev. Robert Brown. 12mo. 5s.
Osric, a Missionary Tale, with other Poems. By Charlotte Elizabeth,
Izram, a Mexican Tale. By the Author of Osric. 6s.
A Review of the Character and Wri. tings of Lord Byron ; reprinted from the North American Review. Foolscap 8vo. with a portrait, 3s.
Observations on the Importance and Advantage of the Educatiou of the People: in a Letter to James Taylor, Esq. High Sheriff of Worcestershire. By Henry Martin. ls.
Review of the Evangelical Magazine, and Christian Guardian, for May, 1826, on the Apocrypha Controversy. Extracted from the Edinburgh Christian Instructor. 8vo. 6d.
Letters in Defence of the British and Foreign Bible Society, addressed to a Friend in the Country. Letter the Second. On the Lawfulness of Circulating the Apocrypha. 8vo. Is.
POLITICAL ECONOMY. An Essay on the Circunstances which determine the Rate of Wages, and the Condition of the Labouring Classes, By J. R. M'Culloch, Esq. 18mo. 15.
An Address to the Manufacturers of the United Kingdom, stating the Causes which have led to the unparalleled calamities of our Manufacturing Poor ; and the Proposal of a Remedy. By William Hale. 8vo. Od.
THEOLOGY. The Elements of Moral Philosophy and Christian Ethics. By Dan. Dewar, L.L.D. Minister of the Tron Church, Glasgow, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. 11. 4s.
The Shepherd of Israel. By the Rev. J. Thornton. 18mo. Is. 6d.
Pastoral Bereavement improved : including a Funeral Oration at the inter
NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. The Book of Nature; being a Succession of Lectures formerly delivered at
of the late P. T. Charrier, of Liver- and Cochin China. 2s. 64. each ; or topool, by W. M. Walker, and a Funeral gether, 5s. 6d, boards. Sermon, by W. Roby. 8vo. 2s.
Travels and Adventures in the Persian
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the Caspian Sea. By James B. Fraser. Biblical Researches and Travels in 4to. ll. 11s. 6d. Russia, including a Tour in the Crimea, Narrative of a Tour through Hawaii and the Passage of the Caucasus; with or Owhyhee. By William Ellis. Svo. observations on the State of the Rabbin- 12s. nical and Karaite Jews, the Mahome- An Historical and Descriptive Narradans, and the Pagan Tribes inhabiting tive of Twenty Years' Residence in South the Southern Provinces of the Russian America, containing Travels in Arauco, Empire. By Dr. Henderson, Author of Chile, Peru, and Colombia ; with au Ac“ A Residence in Iceland.” With maps count of the Revolution, its Rise, Proand plates. 8vo.
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. We had intended to abstain from all further reference to the Apocrypha Controversy;' but seven or eight pamphlets have since appeared, of which some brief notice shall be taken in our next.
VOL. XXV. NEW SERIES.
Abraham, his deliverance from Ur, or the
kis first audience with Sultan Bello, ib. ;
of the Provençal muses, 314.
of his life, &c. 386, et seq.
549, et seq.
description of, 59.
and Arabs on the Felatah villages in
it, 414, et seq.
1821, 22, and 23, 91, et seq.; ' Adam
her native country, 93, 4.
men, &c. of Bridgelown in that island,
the British empire, 283.
ladies, 70, et seq.; letter from Grimalkin
allegory of the new year, 83.
the Sheikh of Bornou, his remarkable
history, 409, et seq.
236, et seq.; design of the present work,
but to elevate the mind, 248; a soli-
the composition of the volume, 242, 3.
et seg, ; extract, 560, 1.
el seg.; extract, 567.
41, et seg.
resolution of the parent committee in re-
framed with the express in-
every copy distributed by it,
Biography, religious, of the present day,
remarks on it, 329.
narrative of a second visit
of the diocese of Chester, 273, el seq.
superior to Madras, 52.
struction from them, besides that of read-
ing them, 163.
his troops, 409, 10.
on life, literature, and self knowledge,
imaginary, ib. et seg.
worship, selected from Dr. Watts, &c.
marks on the subject, ib.
Americau baptist mission to, 482, et seq.
England, 70, et seq.
469, et seq. ; notice of some errors in
the work, 470.
dence in, 244, et seq. s glance at the
of the musquito and the black fly, 247;
wincharge oricirculating the apocrypha
considered, 377, et seg, s remarks on
concluding remarks, 382; pote
Gorham, repelling his fresh
viewer, 383, 4.
present work, 520; is an improves
Carrington's Dartmoor ; a descriptive
poem, 431 et seq. ; notice of the illus.
work, 431 ;. extracts; 432 et seq.
's few thoughts on the abolition
Chamberlain, Mr. J. late missionary to
India, Yeates's memoirs of, 504 el seq.
thentic report of the debate in the
demolition of, 97 et seq.
the diocese of Chester, 273 el seg. ;
enforce the discipline of the church,
support of settled rules, 277 ; remarks
we belong, 280.
evidences, doctrines, and practical
operation of, 289 et seq.
North and Central Africa, in the years
1822 23-24, 404 et seq.
slave, of Great Britain, 97
Dartmoor, a descriptive poein, by N, T.
Carrington, 431, et seq.
cient and modern Greek languages,
translated by John Mitchell, 90, et sego
seg. ; view of the prophecies, as taken by
tings given in a time of great corruption
discoveries in Northern and Ceistral
188 et seq.
Confession, auricular, ils demoralising in-
Despatch, Lord Bathurst's, to the West