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* Gentlemen and Publishers who have works in the press, will oblige the Conductors of the ECLECTIC Review, by sending Information (post paid) of the subject, extent, and probable price of such works; which they may depend upon being communicated to the Public, if consistent with its Plan.

Dr. Montucci has in the press, an account of the Rev. Robert Morrison's Chinese Dictionary, and of his s own. It will form a quarto volume, containing about 200 pages, on superfine vellum paper, with above a thousand engraved Chinese Characters.

In the press, a History of British India. By James Mill, Esq. In three volumes, quarto.

Dr. Drake, author of Literary Hours, has in the press, Shakspeare and his Times; including the biography of the poet, criticisms on his genius and writings, and a history of the manners, customs, &c. of his age.

The Rev. Dr. W. B. Collyer is printing, In an octavo volume, Lectures on Scripture Doctrines.

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a Theological Enquiry into the Sacrament of Baptism, and the nature of Baptismal Regeneration, in five discourses, preached before the University of Cambridge, April 1817. By the Rev. C. Benson, A.M.

A Sketch of the History and Cure of Febrile Diseases, more particularly the Febrile Diseases of the West Indies, as they appear among the soldiers of the British Army. By Robert Jackson, M.D. is in the press.

Mr. Britton's Third Number of his Illustrations of "Winchester Cathedral," is just published, and contains six engravings, with a dedication to her Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte of Wales.

No. VI. of Havell's "Views of Seats," contains engravings, with historical and descriptive accounts, of Buckingham House, and Holland House, Middlesex. The former is displayed as a winterscene with skaiters, &c. from a fine drawing by John Burnett; and the latter from a drawing by the late Joseph Clarendon Smith. Both the accounts are from the pen of Mr. Britton.

The British Lady's Magazine will in future be conducted on a new plan, printed on superfine paper, and embel

lished with at least three engravings, and a piece of original music.

Ray's Proverbs, elegantly printed in one thick volume, duodecimo, from the best edition of 1768, will appear in the Course of the present month.

The Rev. T. F. Dibdin's Bibliographical Decameron, which has been delayed by the great increase of matter, is expected to appear early in July.

Mr. Wm. Phillips, author of the Outlines of Mineralogy, will soon publish, in a duodecimo volume, Eight Familiar Lectures on Astronomy, delivered last winter at Tottenham.

Mr. Nicholas will soon publish, in two octavo voluthes, the Journal of a Voyagé to New Zealand, in company with the Rev. S. Marsden; with an account of the country and its inhabitants.

In the press, and speedily will be published, editions in French and English, of Memoirs of the Marquis D'Angeau, written by himself; containing a vast number of unknown facts and anecdotes, relative to Louis XIV. his court, &c. Now first published from the original MS. Journal, with historical and critical Notes, by Madame de Genlis.

A new Work in one volume octavo, will shortly appear, entitled Authentic Memoirs of the Revolution in France, and of the sufferings of the Royal Family, deduced chiefly from accounts by eye-witnesses, which will exhibit, besides information from other sourees, a combined narrative of details from M. Hue, Clery, Edgeworth, and Madame Royale, now Duchesse d'Angouleme.

The Author of the Antidote to the Miseries of Human Life, has in the press, a work entitled Calebs, deceived.

Shortly will be published, a Poetical Epistle to the King of Hayti. In Five Cantos.

Thomas Walter Williams, of the Inner Temple, Esq. is printing a continuation of his compendious abstract of all the public acts, on the same scale and plan as the acts passed anno 1816, which

will be published immediately after the close of the present session of parlia


Shortly will be published, a Picturesque Tour through France, Switzerland, on the banks of the Rhine, and through part of the Netherlands.

Mr. Parkinson, of Hoxton, will soon publish, an Essay on the Shaking Palsy.

Mr. John Bell has in the press, the Consulting Surgeón, in a royal octavo volume.

Mr. W. Salisbury, of Sloane-street, has nearly ready for publication, the Cottager's Companion, intended to instruct the labouring poor in the art of cottage gardening.

The First Volume of the Elgin Marbles, with an historical and topographical account of Athens, illustrated by about forty plates, will soon appear.

The Ruins of Gour, with a topographical map and eighteen views, compiled from the manuscripts and drawings of the late N. Creighton, Esq. is printing in a quarto volume.

The Sacred Edict; containing sixteen maxims of emperor Kang III., amplified by his son, emperor Yoong Ching,, with a paraphrase by a Mandarin; translated from the Chinese, and illustrated by notes, by the Rev. Wm. Milne, is printing in an octavo volume.

Capt. C. Clarke, of the Royal Artillery, has in the press, a Summary View of the State of Spain at the Restoration of Ferdinand VII.

Mr. John Bigland will soon publish, an Historical Display of the Effects of Physical and Moral Causes on the Character and Circumstances of Nations.

The Clerical Guide, or Ecclesiastical Directory, containing a register of the dignitaries of the church, aud a list of all the benefices in England and Wales, is in the press.

Conversations on Botany, illustrated by twenty engravings, in a duodecimo volume, will soon appear.

Mr. Wm. Mackenzie, of Edinburgh, has in the press, the Swiss Patriots, a new poem; also a new edition, with additions, of the Sorrows of Seduction, and other poems.

A new edition of Dr. Sancroft's Modern Politics, written during the Protectorate, is in the press.

In the press, and will be published in the course of the present month, Scripture Portraits, or Biographical Memoirs of the most distinguished characters recorded in the Old Testament, with

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The Rev. T. Morell, Author of Studies! in History, has in the press, an additional volume of that work, which will contain the History of England from its earliest period, to the death of Elizabeth, and which, like the preceding Histories of Greece and Rome, will be published both in octavo and duodecimo. The concluding volume of the series, in which the History of England will be brought down to the present period, will follow as quickly as possible.

The Rev. H. C. O'Donnoghue, is about to publish a series of Practical Lectures on the Leading Doctrines of the Gospel, in which he has endeavoured to avoid all reference to subjects of a controversial, or merely speculative' nature, as incompatible with his professed and sole object of treating in a plain and practical manner, those great and fundamental doctrines, which Christians, in every age and in every place, recognize as being according to godliness; and which indisputably tend to manifest the riches of divine grace, as displayed in the redemption of a guilty, ruined world, by the incarnation, obedience, sufferings, and death of him, who is "The Lord our Righteousness," The work will be printed on a fine paper, uniform with the Author's Exposition of the Thirty-nine Articles.

In the press, and to be published by subscription, handsomely printed in duodecimo, price 5s. The Memoirs of the late Miss Emma Humphries, of Frome, Somersetshire; with a Series of Letters to Young Ladies, on the Influence of Religion in the formation of their moral and intellectual character, and to Parents on the Religious Education and the Bereavement of their Children. By T. East

For the press, Remarks on the individual Antichrist of the last days, being a farther examination of the eleventh chapter of Daniel, and of the various interpretations which have at different times been given of it. To which is

added, a full reply to the strictures of Mr. Faber, upon the Combined view of the prophecies of Daniel, Esdras, and St. John. By James Hatley Frere, Esq.

The Third Volume of the new edit on of Wood's Athenæ Oxonienses, with great additions, edited and continued by Mr. Bliss, will be published on the 6th of June, closely printed in royal quarto. The fourth volume is in the press.

A small work of much utility will be published in a few days, entitled Enors of Pronunciation and Improper Expressions in current use, chiefly by the inhabitants of London, to which are added those in similar misuse by the inhabitants of Paris.

A new edition of Mr. Cumberland's periodical work entitled the Observer, will be published in a few days, in three volumes.

Lord Byron has lately written, and sent over to his puolisher, a Drama, entitled Manfred, which may be expected to appear about the second of June.

Mr. T. N. Talfourd of the Middle Temple, is preparing for publication, a Practical Treatise on the Laws of Toleration and Religious Liberty, as they affect every class of Dissenters from the Church of England, intended to form a compendium of the civil, political, and religious rights of all his Majesty's subjects, as at present affected by the profession of religious opinious, with an appendix, containing the most important statutes on the subject of Toleration, and forms of Proceedings by indictment, and before Magistrates, for infractions of the Laws protecting worship, and other offences relating to Religion, in one volume, octavo.



The Annual Biogra hy and Obituary, with Silhouette Portraits. Containing -1. Memoirs of those celebrated Men, who have died within the Years 18151816.-II. Neglected Biography, with Biographical Notices and Anecdotes, and Original Letters-III. Analyses of recent Biographical Works.-IV. A Biographical List of Persons who have died within the British Dominions, so as to form a Work for reference, both now and hereafter. 8vo. 15s.


Q. Horatii Flacci Opera, ad Exemplar Recensionis Bentleianæ plerumque emendata, et brevibus Notis instructa. Edidit Thomas Kidd, A.M.E. Coll. S. S. Trin. With the Metres of Horace prefixed to each Ode. royal 12mo. 15s. royal 18mo. 7s. 6d.

The Works of Virgil, in the order of Construction. To which is prefixed, in English, a summary view of the subject of each of the Eclogues, and of the several Books of the Georgics and Eneid. By William B. Smith, 12mo. 4s. 6d. bound.

A Descriptive Catalogue of Recent Shells, according to the Linnean Method, with particular Attention to the Synonymy. By Lewis Weston Dillwyn, F.R.S. F.L.S. &c. 2 vols. 8vo. L. 18s. boards.


Classical Reading Lessons for every Day in the Year, selected chiefly from modern English Writers of the Reign of George the Third. By the Rev. W. Sharpe. 12mo. 5s. 6d. bound.


The Speeches of Charles Phillips, Esq. delivered at the Bar, and on various Public Occasions, in Ireland and England. 8vo, 7s. boards.

**This Volume is edited by Mr. Phillips himself, and is the only Publication of his Speeches authorized by bim.

Part V (containing Six coloured and Two other Engravings) of Volume II. of The Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London. 4to, 11. 11s. ed.

Letters from the North Highlands, during the Summer of 1816. By Miss E. Spence, Author of a Caledonian Excursion, &c. &c. 8vo. 10s. 6d.

The Beauties of Massinger; deficated, by Permission, to William Gifford, Esq. 12mo, 8s.

Rachel, a Tale, foolscap 8vo. with a beautiful frontispiece. 5s.

Letters from Mrs. Elizabeth Carter to Mrs. Montagu, between the years 1755 and 1800, chiefly upon literary and moral subjects. Published from the originals in the possession of the Rev. Montagu Pennington, M. A. Vicar

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of Northbourn, in Kent. 3 vols. 8vo. 11. 7s.

Germanicus. Tragedie en Cinq Actes et en Vers, par A. V. Arnault, 8vo. 3s. A Translation of the above in Blank Verse. By George Bernel, 8vo. 3s. 6d.

A Description of the Pictures in the Royal Museum at the Louvre, with Biographical Notices of the different Painters; to which is added, a Description of the Museum of Sculpture in the Lower Gallery, small pocket Volume, 3s.

Planta's New Picture of Paris, Sixth Edition, much enlarged, and entirely recomposed. Illustrated with Maps, Plan, and numerous Views of the Pub. lic Buildings, 18mo. price 8s. bound.

The Art of Correspondence, consisting of French and English Letters, neat pocket Volume, 5s.

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the Works of Owen. Arranged by Arthur Young, Esq. F. R. S. 12mo, 4s. 6d.

A Treatise touching the Liberty of a Christian Mau; written in Latin, by Martyne Luther (in 1520): to which is prefixed, his celebrated Epistle to Pope Leo X.-Translated from the Original by James Bell.-Imprinted 1579. Edited by Wm. Bengo' Collyer, D. D. F. S. A. Dedicated (by permission) to H. R. H. the Duke of Sussex. 12mo, 3s. boards.

Practical Discourses. By the Rev. Joshua Gilpin, Vicar of Wrockwardine, Salop, 8vo. 10s. 6d. boards.

A Word in Opposition to Fanatical, Calvinistic, and Solifidiau Views of Christianity; in a Farewell Sermon, preached to the Congregation of St. James' Church, Bath, ou Sunday the 23d of March, 1817. By the Rev. R. Warner, Curate of that Parish for Twenty-two Years. Price 2s.

Fifty-two Lectures on the Catechism of the Church of England: to which are added, Three Introductory Discourses on the Subject, addressed to the Inhabitants of the Parish of Hinxworth, Herts. Dedicated, by permission, to the Rt. Rev. Bowyer Edward, Lord Bishop of Ely. By the Rev. Sir Adam Gordon, Bart. M. A. late of Christ Church, Oxford, Rector of West Tilbury, Essex, Prebendary of Bristol, &c. 3 vols. 8vo. 11. 11s. 6d.

The Fulfilment of Prophecy further Illustrated by the Signs of the Times; or, an Attempt to ascertain the probable Issues of the recent Restoration of the Old Dynasties; of the Revival of Popery; and of the Present Mental Ferment in Europe; as likewise, How far Great Britain is likely to Share in the Calamities by which Divine Providence will accomplish the Final Overthrow of the Kingdoms of the Roman Monarchy. By J. Bicheno, M. A. 8vo. 6s. 6d.

Sermons on Various Subjects; by the late William Bell, D. D. Prebendary of St. Peter's, Westminster, Published by Joseph Allen, M. A. Prebendary of Westminster, and late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, 2 vols. 8vo. 18s.

A Tribute of Sympathy, addressed to Mourners. By W. Newnham, Esq. 12mo. 5s.

The Testimony of Jesus is the Spirit of Prophecy. A Discourse from Revelations, xix. 10.

An Attempt to Support the Diversity of Future Rewards, 8vo. 4.

TOPOGRAPHY, Travels, &e.

Narrative of the Loss of the American' Brig Commerce, wrecked on the Western Coast of Africa, in 1815; with an Account of the Sufferings of her surviving Officers and Crew, who were enslaved by the Wandering Arabs on the Great African Desart; and Observations, made during the Travels of the Author, while a Slave to the Arabs. By James Riley, late Master and Supercargo. Concluded by a Description of the City of Tombuctoo, on the River Niger, and of another large City (far south of it) on the same River, called Wassanah. Printed uniformly with Park and Adams's Travels in Africa, 4to. with a Map, 11. 15s.

The Statistical Account, or Parochial Survey of Ireland. Drawn up from the Communications of the Clergy. By William Shaw Mason, Esq. M. R, I. A. Remembrancer and Receiver of First Fruits, and Secretary to the Board of Public Records. Vol. 2, 8vo. 11. 1s. boards.


The Costume of the Netherlands; ilJustrated by Thirty coloured Engrav ings, after Drawings by Miss Semple; with descriptive Letter-press, in English

and French. In 3 Parts, imp. 4to. 15%. each, or 21. 8s. boards.

Number I. of a New Drawing Book, for the Use of Beginners; by Samuel Prout: consisting of Fragments of Ancient Buildings, &c. etched in imitation of Chalk. Price 6s.

The First Number contains an elementary Plate on Perspective, with descriptive Letter-press; and the Work will be completed in Four Monthly Numbers, each containing Six Plates.

Number I. of Albert Durer's Prayer Book: consisting of Forty-five Designs of exquisitely tasteful Ornaments, and a Portrait of that celebrated Artist, copied on stone, from an Edition published Price two. Years ago at Munich. 10s. 6d.

The Publisher hopes to produce, in the Lithographic Art, an English Copy equal to the German, which is a perfect Fac-simile of the famous Original. It will be comprised in Five Monthly Numbers.

Number I. of a Series of Incidents of English Bravery, during the late Campaigns on the Continent; by A. Atkinson. Price Gs.

The First Number contains Four De signs; aud the Work will be completed in Six Monthly Numbers.

Erratum in the last Number.

P. 486, line 5 from the bottom, for 1793 read 1796.

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