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Melancholic. Printed from the edition of 1940. To which will be added, some Prefatory Remarks and Memoirs of Sir John Mcnnes, and Dr. Smith. And Wit Keslor'el, in sevcrail select Poems not for• merly pnblish't, Londoii,1658. Also, Muaarum Delicix; or the Muses Recreation, containing several) Pieces of Poetiqoe Wit, London, 1656. The three Works to he printed in two Volumes, with all the Cuts re-engraved by Mr. Bewick.

In the press, and speedily will be published, the Biographical Memoirs of Dr. Matthew Stewart, Dr. James Hutton, and Professor John Robison. Read before the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Now collected into One Volume, with some Additional Notes. By John Playfair, F. R.S.L. fc E. Professor of Natural Philosophy in the University of Edinburgh. Octavo. With three Portraits.

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Messrs. Longman and Co. will publish in a few days, Harold the Dauntless, a poem, in four Cantos, by the Author of "The Bridal of Tricrmain;" lo which work it forms a second volume, in (cap. 8vo. Also, an uniform edition in two volumes, of the Bridal of Triermain, Harold the Dauntless, and Miscellaneous Poems.

The entire Works of Henry Howard, Earl of Surry, and Sir Thomas Wyatt, the Elder, containing much new and curious Matter, with Notes, critical and explanatory, &c. &c. are nearly ready for publication. By G. F. Nutt, D. D. T.S.A. late Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford. The Publication will be comprised in 2 vols. 4to. embellished with highly-finished Portraits, &c. The Number printed will be limited to 50 copies on royal 4to. and 400 on demy 4to.

It is intended to publish, by Subscription, in one volume, 8vo. price 12s. in boards, a History of the Mission of the United Brethren in the Danish Islands of St. Thomas, St. Croix, and St. Jan, in the West Indies. This narrative, which has long existed iu the German language, contains one of the finest exemplifications of the Missionary Virtues which can be presented to the Christian world. Some of the Brethren are willing to prepare this work for the English reader; but are withheld from publishing it by the apprehension of ultimate lois, which the impoverished state of the

Select Literary Information.Brethren's funds will not enable tisfm to> encounter.

On the 1st of May will be pubtishej. in one volume, 8vo. price 8s. a Concise System of Self-Government in the great affairs of Life and Godliness on Scriptural and Rational Principles, by L Edmondson.

The second edition of the' Life* of Mrs. Harriet Newell, with a Portrait, and an Account of the American Missionary Society, will be ready in the course of a few days.

Mr. Booth, Author of an Analytical Introduction to the English language, will shortly publish a volume of poems.

A new edition is nearly ready of a Collection of Farewell Sermons by Nonconformist Divines, preached on leaving their respective churches, in one volume, 8vo.

In addition to a new volume of Beddome's Village Sermons, recently published, Vol. V. is now preparing for the press, and will speedily appear.

A Prospectus is issued of a General History of the County of York.. ByThomas Dunham Whitaker, I.L. D. F.S.A. Vicar of Whalley, and Rector of Heysham, in Lancashire. The History of Craven, together with the republication of Thoresliy's Dueatus Leodiensis, end the supplementary volume which accompanies that work, having already embraced more than one fourth part of this great county, both in extent and population, the Author of two of these works, and the Editor of the other, has been induced to submit to the Public, and especially to the Nobility, Gentry, and Clergy of Yorkshire. >uch an extension oi the plan, as will gradually cnmpiehend the whole. With respect to the limits of such an undertaking, it is impossible to speak with precision; but, as a conjecture, rather than an assertion, it may be stat. iX that seven folio volumes, of about five hundred pages each, and of the same type with the suppletin ntiiy vohine to Thorcvbj.'e Dueatus, will probably complete the work. The Author w she* it to be understood, thai b s gieat object* ^n -the ,use ol the mail rials t" lie committed to him, will be selection and compression. The engiaviugs w II ol course be tremerou*. The work »II commence with an account of tie porttoiroi the'North Riding, popularly called the County of Richmond, together with those parts of Lonsdale and Ewecross which are included in the Everwicshire of Domesday.

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