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XIV.
A NEW ANATOMICAL NOMENCLATURE, relating to the Terms which
are expressive of Position and Aspect in the Animal System.

By John BARCLAY, M. D.
Lecturer on Anatomy, and Honorary Member of the Royal Physical Society, Edinburgh.

In one volume octavo. Price 5s. in boards.

XV.
A PRACTICAL INQUIRY into DISORDERED RESPIRATION ; distin.
guishing the Species of Convulsive Asthma, their Causes, and Indication of Cure.

By ROBERT BREE, M. D.
Physician to the General Hospital and Dispensary at Birmingham.
The third edition, correcied and enlarged, with an Appendix.

In one volume octavo. Price 7s. boards.

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XVI.
A TREATISE on the COW-POX; containing the enumeration of the principal
facts in the history of that disease; the method of communicating the infection by inocu-
lation ; and the means of distinguishing between the genuine and spurious Cow-pox.
Illustrated by Plates.

By George Bell, Surgeon, Edinburgh,
Member of the Royal Colleges of London and Edinburgh.

In one volume 12mo. Price 3s. in boards.
It contains the most material facts on the subject: and we doubt not that it may
have its use in still farther extending the knowledge of the vaccine práctice.”

Monthly Rev. May 1803.

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XVII.
ESSAYS on the DISEASES of CHILDREN, with Cases and Dissections.
Essay I. Of CYNANCHE TRACHEALIS, or Croup. In one volume, imperial octavo,
illustrated with finely coloured Dissections. Price 15s. in boards,

Essay 2. On the Bowel Complaints more immediately connected with the Biliary
Secretion, and particularly of Atrophia Ablactatorum, or Weaning Brash. In one volume
imperial octavo, illustrated with finely coloured Dissections. Price 12s.6d. in boards.
By John CHEYNE, M. D. Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons at Edinburgh.

XVIII.
EXPERIMENTS and OBSERVATIONS on the CORTEX SALICIS LATIFOLIA,
or broad-leafed Willow-Bark; illustrated by a coloured Plate. With remarks on
the different Species of the CINCHONA, general history of the Salix Latifolia,
with various Experiments tending to elucidate its properties, and Cases demonstrating
its superior efficacy above the Cinchona, &c. &c.

By G. WILKINSON, C. M. S. of London,
Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons, and Honorary Member of the Chirurgo-

Physical Society of Edinburgh
In one volume octavo. Price 4s. 6d. in boards.

XIX.
SERMONS. By William LAURENCE BROWN, D. D.
Principal of Marischal College and University; Professor of Divinity, and Minister of

Grey-friars' Church, Aberdeen; one of his Majesty's Chaplains in Ordinary in Scot-
land; and Member of the Provincial Societies of Arts and Sciences of Uirecht and
Holland.

In one volume octavo. Price 7s. in boards.

XX.
THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTES: in Three Parts :
1. Heads of Lectures in Divinity.
2. View of the Constitution of the Church of Scotland.
3. Counsels respecting the Duties of the Pastoral Office.

By George Hill, D. D. F. R. S.E.
Principal of St. Mary's College, Premarius Professor of Theology in the University of

St. Andrew's, and one of the Ministers of that City.

In one volume octavo. Price 7s. 6d. in boards.

XXI.
SERMONS upon Subjects interesting to CHRISTIANS of every Depomina:iog.

By THOMAS TAYLER,
Minister of the Church of Protestant Dissenters, in Carfer-lane.
In one volume octavo. Price 7s, in boards.

XXII.
ESSAYS and SERMONS on SELECT SUBJECTS. To which is annexed ,
DISCOURSE on the NATURE of the CHRISTIAN RELIGION.

By John Buddo, A. M. Preacher of the Gospel.
In one yolume octavo. Price 3s. 6d. boards.

XXIII
THE NEW CYCLOPÆDIA; or UNIVERSAL DICTIONARY of ARTS,
SCIENCES, and LITERATURĘ.

Part the Fourth, in quarto. Price 185." Formed upon a more enlarged Plan of Arrangement than the Dictionary of Mr. Chambers ; comprehending the various Articles of that Work, with Additions and laprovements; together with the new Subjects of Biography, Geography, and History; adapted to the present State of Literature and Science,

By ABRAHAM REES, D. D. F, R. S, Editor of the last Edition of Mr. Chambers's Dictionary; with the Assistance of eminent

professional Gentlemen. Illustrated by new Plates, including Maps, designed and engraved for this work by some of the most distinguished Artists.

The Proprietors and Editor trust that their exertions to merit the approbation of the Public will be thought to have corresponded to the very flattering success which they have · received.

The List of Names, which is subjoined, will evince an accession of literary and scientific talents of the highest importance, since the publication of their Prospectus. The execution of the Engravings by Messrs. Lowry and Milton, they may confidently say, have not fallen short of their promises ; and the number of them in each part has been increased from eleven to fifteen. Further improvements may, however, be expected; and no opportunity will be neglected to engage the co-operation of men of eminent talents, in every department where their assistance can be useful, so as to attain in all respects a still higher degree of excellence.

Three, or, if possible, four Parts, or Half Volumes, price 188. each, will, for the present, be published in the year; and when the arrangements are fully completed, the Proprietors hope that a more rapid publication may be adopted, in order to conclude the work in a moderate space of time.

List of Gentlemen, who, from the present period, have undertaken the Department

prefixed to their respective names. Agriculture. R. W. Dickenson, M, D. Anatomy (Human). Johı Abernethy, Esq. F. R. S. Anatomy (Comparative). James Macartney, Esq. Annuities, Survivorship, &c. William Morgan, Esq. F. R. S. Antiquities. Mr. Henry Ellis, of St. John's College, Oxford. Architecture. John Flaxman, Esq. R. A. Wm, Terriit, LL. D. and Mr. Webster. British Topography. Mr. John Britton. Bleaching. Dyeing, Calico-Printing, &c. Mr. C. Taylor, and Mr. J. Thomson. Botany and Vegetable Materia Medica. Wm. Woodville, M.D. and F. L.S. Carpentry, &c. Mr. Peter Nicholson. Chemistry and Mineralogy. Mr. Arthur Aikin. English Tistory. Sharon Turner, Esq. F.S. A. Heraldry. George Nayler, Esq. F. S. A. York Herald. Medicine. Richard Pearson, M. D. F.S. A, Materia Medica. C. R. Aikin, Esq. Midwifery and Medical Biography. R. Bland, M. D. A. S. S. Music and Mus. Biography. Charles Burney, Mus. D. F. R. S. Painting. Henry Fuseli, Esq. R. A. Professor of Painting. Sculpture and Statuary: John Flaxman, Esq. R. A. Sculptor to the King, Surgery. William Blair, Esq. A. M. Veterinary Art, Mr. Bracy Clark, F. L. S. Veterinary Surgeon, Zoology, Conchology, &c. 'Mr. E. Donovan, F. L. S.

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List of GeNTLEMEN who have promised occasional Contributions, which will be

acknowledged at the close of the Work.
Mr. John Bonnycastle, of the Royal Acadeiny, Woolwich.
Henry Brougham, Esq. jun. F. R. S.
Humphrey Davy, Esq. Professor of Chemistry, at the Royal Institution,
Mr. William Nicholson.
Rev. William Tooke, F. R. S.
Mr. William Owen, F. S. A.
Rev. William Hincks, of Cork.

XXIV.
AN INQUIRY into the COLONIAL

POLICY of the EUROPEAN POWERS.
By Henry BROUGHAM, jun. F. R. S.
In two large volumes octavo Price 18s. in boards.

XXV.
THE CASTLE of the TUILERIES; or Narrative of all the Erents which have
taken place in the Interior of that Palace, from the time of its Construction to the
Eighteenth Brumaire of the Year VIII. Translated from the French,

By Francis LATHOM, Esq.

In two volumes octavo. Price 14s. in boards. “ The writer has gleaned several facts which were overlooked by his predecessors in

the same career; and which serve to elucidate the Revolution. The Work generally does not wear a questionable appearance, and it is written in an easy and interesting style.”

Appendix to Monthly Review, Vol. 39.

XXVI.
A TREATISE on the CULTURE and MANAGEMENT of FRUIT-TREES,
in which a new Method of Pruning and Training is fully described. To which is added
a new and improved edition of “ OBSERVATIONS on the DISEASES, DEFECTS,
and INJURIES, in all kinds of FRUIT and FOREST TREES, with an account of
a particular Method and Cure. Published by order of Government.

By WULIAM FORSYTH, F. A. S. and F. S. A.
Gardener to his Majesty' at Kensington and St. James's, Member of the Economical

Society at St. Petersburgh, &c. &c.
In one volume octavo, with thirteen folding Plates. Price 12s. in boards.

XXVII.
A new and uniform edition of the BRITISH ESSAYISTS; comprehending the
TATLER, SPECIATOR, GUARDIAN, RAMBLER, ADVENTURER, WORLD,
CONNOISSEUR, IDLER, MIRROR, LOUNGER, and OBSERVER. The whole
collated with, and corrected by, the original Folio Editions, with PREFACES HISTO-
RICAL and BIOGRAPHICAL, and a general Index,

By ALEXANDER CHALMERS, A. M.
In forty-five volumes, royal eighteens, embellished with Portraits of the principal authors.

Price gl. in boards.
N. B. This is the only Edition of the British Essayists which can include the Mirror,
Lounger, and Observer, these works being here printed by consent of the Proprietors.

XXVIII.
RURAL PHILOSOPHY; or REFLECTIONS on KNOWLEDGE, VIRTUE,
and HAPPINESS; chiefly in reference to a life of retirement in the Country. Written
on the occasion of the late Dr. Zimmerman's Discourses on Solitude.

By Ely Bates, Esq.
In one volume octavo. Price 75. in boards.

XXIX.
The Third (and last) Volume of GLEANINGS in ENGLAND, containing a
variety of interesting and important Topics; including a Sketch of LONDON, and new
Views of Peace and War.

By Mr. Pratt.
Price 12s. in boards.

XXX.
THE SPORTING DICTIONARY, and RURAL REPOSITORY of general In-
formation, upon every subject appertaining to the Sports of the Field.

By William TAPLIN, Author of the Gentleman's Stable Directory.
In two volumes octavo, embellished with Plates. Price 1l. Is. in boards.

XXXI. A COMPARATIVE VIEW of the PUBLIC FINANCES, from the beginning to the close of the late Administration. A new edition, with a Supplement, containing an account of the Management of the Finances, to the present time,

By William MORGAN, F. R. s.

Price 3s. N.B. The purchasers of the first edition may have the Supplement separate, price is,

XXXII. TRACTS on the NATURAL HISTORY of ANIMALS and VEGETABLES, Second edition, greatly enlarged. Translated from the original Italian of the ABBE SPALLANZANI, Royal Professor of Natural History in the University of Pavia, F.R. S. London, &c. &c.

By John Graham DALYell, Esq. Advocate, With Illustrations by the Translator. In two large volumes octavo, illustrated by eleven Copper-plates, price 159. in boards.

The acknowledged fame of the celebrated author of these tracts, and the importance of his numerous discoveries, are too well established to require any additional confirmation here. His name has justly been inrolled with that of the most illustrious European physiologists; and his works will ever remain an emblem of genius and research. All bear indi putable evidence of profound investigation into the phænomena of nature, and of the most comprehensive and enlightened understanding. The Treatises on the Natural History of Animals and Vegetables will rank with the first of his productions; for the new, singular, and interesting matter they contain will be an equal source of pleasure and admiration to the philosophic reader.

XXXIII. LETTERS from MRS. PALMERSTONE to her DAUGHTER; inculcating morality by entertaining narratives.

By Mrs. Hunter, of Norwich.
In three volumes, post octavo. Price 15s. in boards.

XXXIV.
CLIO: or, a DISCOURSE 'on TASTE, addressed to a Lady. A new edition,
with the addition of notes, anecdotes, and quotations, adapted to the present æra.
By J. Marnew, Esg. Author of Letters written during the War in India, Poems, &c.

In one volume octavo. Price 6s. 6d. in boards. The number of editions Clio has run through, and the eulogiums passed on it, in various siesiews, the Encyclopædia Britannica, and other celebrated works, are sufficient assurances to the public of its intrinsic merit; and as it has been long out of print, it is presumed it will not be less acceptable in its present form than when first offered to their notice by its ingenious author Mr. Usher.

XXXV.
An ACCOUNT of the LIFE and WRITINGS of THOMAS REID, D.D.F.R.S.
Edinburgh, late Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Glasgow.

By DUGALD STEWART, F. R. s. Edinburgh,
Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Edinburgh.

Octavo. Price 5s. in boards.

XXXVI. SELECT CRIMINAL TRIALS at Justice-Hall, in the Old Bailey; with the Opons of the Twelve Judges on several interesting points occurring in the course ci ihem, and reserved for their decision.

Volume I. octavo. Price gs. in boards. As the object of the Editors has been to unite amusement with useful information, the poin's decided are numerous and important, and many of the Trials selected are peculiarly inde, ing: amongst others the following are to found_Dr. Dodd and Mr Rvland, both for inci Rev. Mr. Hackman, for Murder; Rev. Burnett Allen, for killing in a Duel; Pilnais de monster; most of Barrington's Trials ; La Motte, for High Treason, &c.

XXXVII. ITFS of the ANCIENT PHILOSOPHERS; comprehending a choice selection of best

11. Dis. Written for the education of a Prince, by the author of Te. lex 1.15. Transsi 1. om the French, illustrated with Notes, and preceded by a Life of ,

By John CORMACK, A.M.
11. two voluines 12mo. Price 8s. in boards.

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XXXVIII. GENERAL VIEW of the AGRICULTURE of the COUNTY of PEEBLES; with various suggestions as to the means both of local and general improvement of agriculture. By the Reverend Charles FINDLATER, Minister of Newlands, County of Peebles. In one volume octavo. Price 7s, in boards, with a map of Peebleshire, &c.

XXXIX AMADIS of GAUL, from the Spanish Version of Garciordonez de Montalvo, with a Preface, &c.

By Robert SOUTHEY.
In four handsome volumes, 12mo. Price il. is. in boards.

XL.
VERY STRANGE, BUT VERY TRUE! or, the History of an OLD MAN'S
YOUNG WIFE. A Novel.

By Francis LATHOM.
In four voluines 12mo. Price 14s. in boards.

XLI.
ERESTINA, a Tale, from the French, with alterations and additions of the
Translator.

By Francis LATHOM, Author of Astonishment, &c.
In one volume 12mo. Price 2s. Od. boards.

XLII.
THADDEUS of WARSAW. A Novel.

By Miss Porter.
In four volumes 12mo. Price 14s. in boards.

XLIII.
WOMEN: Their Condition and Influence in Society.
Translated from the French of JOSEPH ALEXANDER Segur.
In three volumes foolscap 8vo. Price 12s. boards.

XLIV. .
DELAYS and BLUNDERS: a Comedy, in five acts, as performed at the Theatre
Royal, Covent-Garden,

By FREDERICK REYNOLDS, Esq.

Price 2s. Od.

XLV. THE MINSTRELSY of the SCOTTISH BORDER; consisting of historical and romantic Ballads, collected in the Southern Counties of Scotland; with a few of a modern date, founded upon local tradition. Vol. III. and a new edition of Vols. I. and II. With an Introduction, and Notes by the Editor,

WALTER Scott, Esq. Advocate.
Finely printed by Ballantyne, of Edinburgh. Price 11. 11s. 6d. boards.
The third volume may be had separate. Price 10s. 6d. boards.

XLVI. THE WORKS of THOMAS CHATTERTON: consisting of all the pieces conrained in Rowley's Poems, Chatterton's Miscellanies, and the Supplement; with more than an equal portion of new matter. The additions consist of all Chatterton's scattered pieces which could be collected from all the different periodical publications with which te'corresponded; of various productions ascribed to Rowley or written by himself, which have appeared in sundry works; and of the unpublished pieces of both Rowley and Chatterton, which were in the possession of the late Dr. Glynn, Ir. Barrett, and Mr. Catcott. To these are added several original communications, calculated to illustrate the character of Chatterton, and to throw considerable light on the long-depending controversy. The whole published for the benefit of Mrs. Newton, Chatterton's sister.

In three large volumes octavo. Price il. 11s. 6d. in boards, ornamented with seven engravings.

XLVII.

POEMS. By Mrs. Opie Second edition, in one volume, foolscap octavo. Price 6s. in boards. “ Mrs. Opie's volume of Poems has afforded us much pleasure, and it would have

obtained for its author a very considerable reputation, though her former work had been wholly unknown."-Edinburgh Review, Oct. 1802.

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