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A HISTORY OF THE CHURCH, HISTORY OF POLAND. From from the earliest Ages to the Refore the earliest Period to the present mation. By the Rev. GEORGE WAD- Time. By James FLETCHER, Esq. DINGTON, M.A. 8vo.

18mo. With a Portrait.
ANNALS OF TRYON COUN. SKETCHES FROM VENETIAN
TY; or, the Border Warfare of New HISTORY. By the Rev. E. Smed.
York during the Revolution. By LEY, M.A. 2 vols. 18mo. Engra.
W. W. CAMPBELL. 8vo.

vings.
A NARRATIVE OF EVENTS HISTORICAL AND DESCRIP.
CONNECTED WITH THE RISE AND TIVE ACCOUNT OF BRITISH
PROGRESS OF THE PROTES. INDIA. From the most remote
TANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH Period to the present Time. Inclu-
IN VIRGINIA. To which is added ding a Narrative of the Early Portu.
an Appendix, containing the Jour- guese and English Voyages, the
nals of the Conventions in Virginia Revolutions in the Mogul Empire,
from the Commencement to the pres- and the Origin, Progress, and Estah.
ent Time. By F. L. Hawks. 8vo. lishment of the British Power; with

HISTORY OF PRIESTCRAFT Illustrations of the Botany, Zoology, in all Ages and Countries. By Wil- Climate, Geology, Mineralogy. By

Hugh MURRAY, Esq., JAMES WIl-
LIAM Howitt. 12mo.
THE CONDITION OF GREECE. WHITELAW AINSLIE, M.D., Wil-

SON, Esq., R. K. GREVILLE, LL.D.,
By Col. J. P. MILLER. 12mo.

LIAM RHIND, Esq., Professor JAME-
FULL ANNALS OF THE REV. son, Professor WALLACE, and Cap.
OLUTION IN FRANCE, 1830. tain CLARENCE DalRIMPLE. 3 vols.
To which is added, a particular AC- 18mo. Engravings.
count of the Celebratio), of said Rev.

HISTORY OF IRELAND. From olution in the City of New York, on the Anglo-Norman Invasion till the the 25th November, 1830. By MYER

Union of the Country with Great Moses. 12mo.

Britain. By W. C. TAYLOR, Esq. THE HISTORY OF THE JEWS. With Additions, by WILLIAM SAMP. From the earliest Period to the pres- son, Esq. 2 vols. 18mo. With Enent Time. By the Rev. H. H. MIL-gravings. MAN. 3 vols. 18mo. With Engra- THE HISTORY OF ARABIA, vings, Maps, &c.

Ancient and Modern. Containing a HISTORY

THE BIBLE Description of the Country-An acBy the Rev. G. R. GLEIG. 2 vols. count of its Inhabitants, Antiquities, 18mo. With a Map.

Political Condition, and early ComHISTORY OF CHIVALRY AND

merce - The Life and Religion of THE CRUSADES. By G. P. R. Mohammed–The Conquests, Arts, JAMES. 18mo. Engravings.

and Literature of the Saracens-The

Caliphs of Damascus, Bagdad, Af. A VIEW OF ANCIENT AND rica, and Spain-The Government MODERN EGYPT. With an Out- and Religious Ceremonies of the line of its Natural History. By the Modern Arabs-Origin and SuppresRev. M. RUSSELL, LL.D. 18mo. sion of the Wahabees—The InstituEngravings.

tions, Character, Manners, and Cus. SACRED HISTORY OF THE toms of the Bedouins, and a ComWORLD, as displayed in the Crea- prehensive View of its Natural Histion and subsequent Events to the tory. By ANDREW CRICHTON. Deluge. Attempted to be philosoph. 18mo. Engravings, &c. ically considered in a Series of Let

HISTORY

PRESENT ters to a Son. By SHARON TURN-CONDITION OF THE BARBARY ER, F.S.A. 3 vols. 18mo.

STATES. Comprehending a View PALESTINE; or, THE HOLY of their Civil Institutions, Arts, Re LAND. From the earliest Period to ligion, Literature, Commerce, Agri the present Time. By the Rev. M. culture, and Natural Productionis, RUSSELL, LL.D. 18mo. Engra. By the Rev. M. Russell, LL.D. vings.

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HISTORY SCOTLAND. / story has ever yet been recorded.”— By Sir WALTER Scort, Bart. 2 Edinburgh Review. vols. 12mno.

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HISTORY OF THE ITALIAN zine.

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ABYSSINIA. THE HISTORY OF GREECE. Comprehending the Civil History, By Dr. GOLDSMITH. Edited by the Antiquities, Arts, Religion, Litera. Author of "American Popular Lesture, and Natural History. By the sons." 18mo. Rev. M. RUSSELL, LL.D. 18mo.

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A HISTORY OF THE UNITED original Italian.

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