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by Captain Hall of the India Army, seil des Conjurés des deux pays, in three originally published at Calcutta, is in volumes, octavo.
Also, Histoire des Sociétés secrètes de A work in octavo on the duties of the l'Armée et des Conspirations Militaires Honorable Company's Civil Servants, qui ont eu pour Objet la Destruction du by A. F. Tytler, Esq. son of Lord
Gouvernement de Bonaparte, in one voWoodhouslee, is ir: the press.
lume, octavo. Miss Rundall's Symbolical History of Dr. Holland's Travels in the Ionian England in quarto, will be published Isles, in Albania, Thessaly, and Greece, early in April complete; embellished in 1812 and 1813. Together with an with copper-plates.
account of a residence at Joannina, the Miss Prickett about to publish an capital and court of Ali Pasha ; and Historical Novel entitled " Warwick with a more cursory sketch of a route Castle.”
through Attica, the More:, &c., in one Mr. Gainble, author of Sarsfield, voluine quarto, illustrated by a map and Characteristic Sketches of Ireland, &c. other engravings, have been unavoidwill shortly publish a new Novel en- ably delayed, but they are expected to titled “ Howard.”
be ready by the 6th of the present Parliamentary Portraits, or Sketches month. of the Public Character of some of the A Visit to Paris, in 1814 ; being a most distinguished Speakers in the Review of the Moral, Political, IntellecHouse of Commons, originally printed tual, and Social Condition of the French in the Examiner.
Capital : including descriptive Sketches The Theological Works of James of the Public Buildings, and the Monu • Arminius, D. D. Professor of Divinity ments of Art which it contains; Rein the University of Leyden.
marks on the Effects of these great Miscellaneous Poems by John Byron, Works and the Institutions of Paris on M. A. F.R.S. with some account of the national Taste and Thinking ; Obhis Life.
şervations on the Manners of the various Mr, Leigh Hunt has just published a Classes of its Society; on its Rulers and Mask entitled, “The Descent of Li- Public Men; on its Political Opinions ; berty," to which is prefixed an account on the pre-sent State of French Literaof the Nature of Masks.
ture, and on the Drainatic Represen: The White Doe of Rytstone, or the
tations in the French Metropolis. By Fate of the Nortons, a Poem. By John Scott, Editor of the Champion, a Mr. Wm. Wordsworth, will appear
London Weekly Political and Literary early in April, in on volume quarto. Journal. Is nearly ready for Publica
Charlemagne; or, the Church De- tion, in one volume, octavo. Jivered, an Epic Poem, in Twenty-four Guy Maunering, or the Astrologer, Cantos. By Lucien Bonaparte, mem. by the Author of Waverley, will cerber of the institute of France, &c. &c. tainly appear this month, in three vo&c., translated into English Verse. By lumes, 12mo. the Rev. Samuel Butler, D. D., and the Systematic. Education, or ElemenRev. Francis Hodgson, A. M., will be tary Instruction, in the various Departpublished on the 4th of March.
ments of Literature and Science, with Early in March will appear, Letters Practical Rules for studying each from a Medical Officer attached to the Branch of Useful Knowledge. By the Army, under the command of Field
Rev. W. Shepherd, the Rev. Lant Marshal the Duke of Wellington, du- Carpenter, LL. D. and the Rev. J. ring the Campaigns of 1812, 1813, and Joyce. Will appear in March, in two 1814 ; addressed to a friend in Eng volumes, octavo, with plates, by land, in one volume, octavo, with a Lowry. map.
A Prospectus has been circulated of In the course of the present month, the Principles of Surgery, as they rethe following Works will appear, His- late to Wounds, Ulcers, and Fistulas; toire des Conspirations formée contre Aneurism and Wounded
Arteries ; Napoleon Bonaparte, depuis 1797, Fractures of thé Limbs, and the Dujusqu'en 1814, ou Chronique Secrete de ties of the Military and Hospital SurFrance d'Italie depuis la Création de geon. Also, la Republique Cisalpine jusqu'à la chute A System of Surgical Operations, du Tyran Corse. Publiée par le Con- containing the Principles of Surgery, as they relate to Surgical Diseases and the Velvet Cushion, with a Preface, is Operations : and a Serias of Cases, just ready. calculated to illustratr chiefly the Doc- Parts 13 and 14 of Boothroyd's He. trine of Tumours, and other irregular brew Bible containing the conclusion of parts of Surgery; and to instruct the the Psalms, the Book of Proverbs, Ecyoung Surgeon how to form his Prog. clesiastes, and the Song of Solomon, nostics and to plan his Operations. By will be delivered in a few days. John Bell, Surgeon. To be completed The Life of Philip Melanchon by the in Twelve Monthly Parts, illustrated Rev. F. A. Cox, A.M. embellished with by One Hundred and Sixty Plates, a full length portrait and a fac simile many of which will be beautifully co- of his Hand Writing will be ready early loured.
in the present month. Poems, including Lyrical Ballads, The new edition of Letters from a and Miscellaneous Pieces, with Addi- gentleman in the North of Scotland to tions. By Mr. Wordsworth, will shortly his friend in London with Notes is in appear, in two volumes, octavo.
forwardness at the press, and may be The Ballantynes of Edinburgh hare expected shortly. Mr. Walter Scott denearly completed the octavo edition, of nominates these “ Curious Letters" and the Lord of the Isles,
quotes them frequently in his Lady of The second edition of Mr. Southey's the Lake, they are said also to conRoderick, the Last of the Goths, and a tain the only authentic record extant new edition of Mr. Southey's Poems, of the manners and customs described including the Metrical Tales and some in Waverly. Pieces never before published, in three Mr. Grinfell bas in the press, a vovolumes, foolscap, octavo.
lume of Poems, which is nearly comA second edition of a New Covering to pleted.
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THE public, that many headed Proteus, assuming in turn
every modification of character, is in no small degree ambitious of the proud honours of Athenian Philosophy. Every thing
by turns, and nothing long'--it continues, under every changing aspect, its restless pursuit of " some new thing ;" transferring with equal ease and celerity its attention from one species of excitement to another, perhaps of the most opposite description; embracing in succession all subjects, whether of temporary or of infinite interest, with short-lived intensity of ardour; and preserving with respect to all, the tone and jurisdiction of a final arbiter.
In the homage which is paid by all classes to this mysterious personage, it seems that the worship of the goddess Multitude is still perpetuated. We know not what were the rites of that ancient idolatry : possibly it consisted of the same intellectual offerings with which the same indefinite entity is still propitiated. A battle or a pageant, a hero or an actor, a fanatical impostor or a philosophical lecturer, might, in those days, perhaps, have furnished in succession the amusement of the fickle goddess. The sorcery of chemistry would not then have attracted less attention, than the discoveries of modern science did a few years since among our literary Vol. III.-N. S.