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The Grounds on which the Church of England separated from the Church of Rome reconsidered; in a View of the Romish' Doctrine of the Eucharist; with an Explanation of the Antepenultimate Answer in the Church Catechism. By Shute, Bish. of Durham, s.
Treatises on the Seventy Years' Captivity of the Jews. By the Rev. J. Tho rold. 2s.
A Letter from a Country Clergyman to his Parishioners, in which are considered a few of the Arguments and Practices of some of the Modern Dissenters. By the Rev. John Nance. Is. 6d.
Paganism and Christianity compared. In a Course of Lectures to the King's Scholars at Westminster, in the Years 1806, 7, and 8. By John Ireland, D. Ď. 8vo. 10s. 6d.
The Star in the East, a Sermon delivered in the Parish Church of St James's, Bristol, February 26, 1809, for the Benefit of the Society for Missions to Africa and the East. By the Rev. Claudius Buchanan, L. L. D. is. 6d.
A Series of Discourses on the Principles of Religiou: Belicf, as connected with Human Happiness and Improvement. By the Rev. R. Morehead, A. M. junior Minister of the Episcopal Church, Cowgate, Edinburgh. Second Edition. 8vo. 9s.
A connected History of the Life and Divine Mission of Jesus Christ, as recorded in the Narratives of the Four Evangelists; with Notes selected from the Shorthand Papers of the late Rev. Newcombe Cappe. By Catherine Cappe.. 8vo. 125.
Sermons by James Finlayson, D. D. F. R. S. E. one of the Ministers of the High Church, and Professor of Logic and Metaphysics, in the University of Edinburgh. To which is added, an Account of the Life and Character of the Author. 8vo. 10s. 6d. boards.
The Works of the Right Reverend Hugh Hamilton, D. D. late Bishop of Ossory; collected and published, with some Alterations and Additions from his Manuscripts. By Alexander Hamilton, Esq., his eldest Son. 2 vols. Royal 8vo. 28s, boards.
A Sermon preached in the Tron Church, Edinburgh, 30th April, 1809, being the Sunday immediately following the Funeral of the Rev. And. Hunter, D. D. one of the Ministers of the Tron Church, and Professor of Divinity in the University of Edinburgh. By Sir H. Moncrieff Wellwood, Bart. D. D. 8vo. 18. 6d.
The Fountain of Living Waters. A Sermon preached before the University of Cambridge, 14th May, 1809. By the Rev. Charles Simeon. ls.
Occasional Sermons by the Rev. Robert Lucas, D. D. Rector of Kipple, in the County of Worcester. 2 vols. 8vo.
Sermons on various Subjects and Occasions. By the Rev. John Nance, M. A. Fellow of Worcester College, Oxford. 8vo. 6s.
Practical and Familiar Sermons, designed for parochial and domestic Instruction. By the Rev. Edward Cooper. 5s.
Sunday Papers, addressed to Youth, on the Importance of practical Religion. 5s. Sunday Reflections. By the Author of Thoughts on Affectation. 8vo. 9s. boards.
Familiar Discourses on the Apostles' Creed, the Lord's Prayer, and the Litany. By a Dignitary of the Church. Crown 8vo.
A Sermon preached at Lambeth Chapel at the Consecration of the Right Rev. William Lord Mansel, Lord Bishop of Bristol. By John Barlow Seale, D. D.
A Sermon preached in the Parish Church of Stillorgan, on Sunday, October 30, 1808, at the Request of the Stillorgan Charitable Institution for promoting the Comfort of the Poor. By the Rev. Robert Daltry, L. L. D., Prebendary of Wicklow. 1s. 6d.
Sermons by the Rev. Sidney Smith. 2 vols. 189.
The Alexandrian School; or a Narrative of the first Christian Professors at Alexandria ; with Observations on the Influence they still maintain over the established Church. By M. Jerningham. 25
Hewlett's Bible, Part III. Royal 4to, 9s.; demy, 78.
The Credulity of the Jewish Exodus defended against some Remarks of Edward Gibbon, Esq., and the Edinburgh Reviewers. By the Rev. W. Cockburn, A. M. 3s. 6d.
A Sermon on the Equity of Divine Providence, adapted to a General Fast, and preached February 17, 1808. By John Pring, B. A. Is. 6d.
Extracts from the Religious Works of Mons. Francois Salignac de la Mothe Fenelon, from the French. By Miss Marshall. 10s. Od.
Five Essays on the Proof of Man's Future Existence. To which are prefixed, Seventeen Sermons. By P. Houghton. 8vo. 75.
Gerhard's Divine Meditations.
Six Sermons on the most important Points of Christianity. By the Rev. A. Trese ton, A. M. 12s. 6d.
Discourses, Moraband Religious, preachel on board his Majesty's Ship Tremendous, in 1802, 3, and 4. By the Rev. Robert Baynes. 8vo. 12s.
Letters on Godly and Religious Subjects. By nesimus. 2 vois. 12mo. 9s.
General Redemption the only proper Basis of General Benevolence, a Letter addressed to Robert Hawker, D. D. By J. Evans, A. M, 11. 6d.
Greatness no Pledge of Happiness, a Sermon preached at the Parish Church of Simonburn on 25th October, 1809. By Jaines Scott, D. D. Is. 6d.
The Year of Jubilee, considered in a Discourse delivered at the Unitarian Chapel, in Essex Street. By Thomas Belsham.
Is. 6d. The Jubilee rendered a Source of Religious Improvement. A Sermon, By John Evans, A. M. is.
Two Sermons on the Jubilee. By James Churchill, Henley. Is. 6d.
TOPOGRAPHY AND MAPS.
A History of Brecknockshire. By Theophilus Jones, Deputy Registrar of the Archdeaconry of Brecon. 3 vols. royal 4to, with numerous plates. 71. 9s. 6d.
The Cambrian Traveller's Guide. 8vo. 7s. 6d.
The Geographical, Civil, and Natural History of Chili. Translated from the Italian of the Abbe Don J. Ignatius Molina. 2 vols. 8vo. 18s.
Attree's Topography of Brighton, and Picture of the Roads from thence to the Metropolis. i2mo. 7s.
Londina Illustrata ; or a Collection of Plates, consisting of Engravings from original Paintings and Drawings, and Fac-simile Copies of scarce Prints ; displaying the State of the British Metropolis, from the Reign of Elizabeth to the Revolution. Number II. with four Plates. 48.
The History and Antiquities of the County of Cardigan. By Samuel Rush Mey-' rick, A. B. Royal 4to. 41. 4s.
An Account of the British Settlement of Honduras. By Captain Henderson. 8vo. 7s.
Topography of London. By John Lockie, Inspector of Buildings to the Poenix Fire-Office. 8vo. 8s.
A Description of the Feroe Islands. Translated from the Danish by the Rev. G. Landt. 8vo. 12s.
A Topographical, Historical, and Descriptive Account of London, Westminster, Southwark, and the County of Middlesex. By E. W. Brayley. No. II. 2s.6d.
A Descriptive and Picturesque Account of the Islands of Walcheren, Beveland, Schowen, and Cadsand. 29. éd.
VOL. II. PART II.
Political, Commercial, and Statistical Sketches of the Spanish Empire in both Indies. 4s. 6d.
Pinkerton's New Modern Atlas, containing Maps of France, the West Indies, and Japan. No. I. 11. 1s.
Pinkerton's New Modern Atlas, No. II. containing Switzerland, Scandinavia, and Southern Italy. il. 1s.
A Map of the Southern Provinces of Holland, with Part of the Netherlands. 2s.6d. A Map of Zealand, with the River Scheldt. 2s. 6d.
A New Map of Germany, Holland, Poland, Hungary, and Part of France. By Ignatius Heymann, head Postmaster at Triest. 9 sheets. 21. 25. on Rollers; or, in Case, sl. 39. - The Island of Walcheren, with a General Map of the Province of Zealand. 55.
A Map of Portugal, drawn from the various provincial Surveys. Corrected by the Nautical Observations of Dr Vincente Tofino, and the Topography of Don Thomas Lopez. 48. od.
VOYAGES AND TRAVELS.
Summer Excursions through Parts of England and Wales. By Elizabeth Isabella Spence. 2 vols. 12mo. 10s. 6d. A Tour through Cornwall in the Autumn of 1808. By the Rev. Rich. Warner. 95.
Travels in India, the Red Sea, Abyssinia, &c. By Ld'Visc. Valentia. 3 vols. 4to, with 70 Engravings, 91. 9s. ; large paper, 131. 13s.
Travels in the South of France, and in the Interior of Provence, Languedoc, and Limosin ; - made, by permission of the French Government, in 1807 and 1808. By Lieut. Col. Pinkey, of the North American Native Rangers. quarto. 11. 8s.
Travels of the late Duc de Chatelet in Portugal, corrected and enlarged, with Notes By J. E. Bourgoing. Translated from the French. 2 vol. 8vo. 16s.
An Account of Travels in Morocco, South Barbary, and across the Atlas Mountains; made during a Stay of sixteen Years in that Country. By James Grey Jackson. 4to. 21. 2s.
Letters from Canada, written during a Residence there in 1806, 7 & 8; showing the present State of Canada, its Productions, Trade, commercial Importance, and political Relations. By H. Grey. 8vo. 125.
A Tour through Denmark and Sweden ; written during the last Winter and Spring. By Lieut.-Col. J. Macdonald. 2 vols. foolscap 8vo. 12s.
Voyages and Travels to Pekin, Manilla, and the Isle of France between 1784 and 1801. By M. de Guignes, French Resident in China. 4to.
Continental Excursions, or Tours into France, Switzerland and Germany in 1782, 1787, and 1789. By the Rev. Thomas Pennington, M. A. 2 vols. 8vo. 15s.
A Second Journey in Spain, in the Spring of 1809. By Robert Semple. 8vo. 8s.
The Voyage of Nearchus and the Periplus of the Erythrean Sea. Translated from the Greek. By William Vincent, D. D. Dean of Westminster. Vol. III. 12s.
The Travels of Captains Lewis and Clarke, by Order of the Government of the United States, performed in the Years 1704, 5, and 6, by way of the Missouri and Columbia Rivers, to the Pacific Ocean. By Merryweather Lewis. 8vo. Is.
A View of Spain, comprising a descriptive Itinerary of each Province, and a Geperal Statistical Account of the Country. By Alexander de la Borde. Translated from the French. 5 vols. 8vo, with an Atlas. 31. 135. 6d. Contemporary Voyages and Travels, Vol. IX. 8vo. 155.
Aldercreutz, General, seizes the king of
Sweden, I. 430
speech on Mr Madocks's motion against ciates with Sweden, I. 441. His re-
Alexandre, M. discovery for purifying
water, II. 454
sent out to Sir John Moore, I. 95. Althorpe, Lord, his amendment on the
duct negatived, I. 224
Alvarez, Don M. defends Gerona, I. 769.
Am Ende, General, enters Saxony, 1.623
1. 121. Examined respecting the Duke our policy towards that country, I. 8.
sapeake, 413. Mr Jackson sent there,
Breaches of the embargo act, 61. Elec-
the Swedish troops, I. 428. regulations respecting the trade be-
of the commerce, 169, 170. The pre-
corps to the Duke del Infantado, I. 477 tinique, II. 60.
against the French, I. 554, 557. His Anderson, committed for child
bardment of Vienna, 1. 602
Annual Review, observations on, II. 579
go, I. 395
Antrim. escape of some prisoners there, Baird, Si David, difficulties in joining
Sir J. Moore, I. 65
Ballads, Old, Shenstone's observations
army, I. 783. Defeated, 765 Balman, Mr, attempt to liberate La Fay-
Baltic fleet dispersed, II. 269. Arrive, 295
124. Subscription to the patriotic fund,
II. 78. General orders respecting ap- Bankes, Mr, proposes an amendment on
I. 183, 184
Barclay, Captain, his pedestrian exploit,
II. 181. Returns from Walcheren, 266
to Miss Taylor, I. 169.
ing Ferdinand IV. I. 23. Bill on di.
Barry, Mr, objects to the bounty on Irish
Baseley, Mr, transactions to obtain a
prince of Sweden, I. 440. His sudden lying there, I. 567 ; II. 82. Account of
the action, 115. Trial of the French
575. Preparations for war, 578. State 31. Condemned, 88
orders of the emperor, 304, 305 against the Duke of York, I. 182. His
Speechon Mr Madocks' motion against
Lord Castlereagh and Mr Perceval, 945
Beckwith, General, takes Martinique, I.
467. Defeated at Silistria, 468 Bedford, Duke of, statue erected to his
Belem, affray there, II. 292
dle, II. 133. A ship lost there, 265