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An Address to the Proprietors of Bank Stock, on the Management of the Governor and Directors of the Bank of England, and on the Laws relating thereto. By Daniel Beaumont Payne, Esq. 2s 6d

A Second Volume of a General Index to the British Critic, commencing with the Twenty-First, and ending with the Forty-Second, or concluding Volume of the First Series. 8vo. 148

The Oxford University Calendar, for the Year 1816. 5s 6d

An Attempt at a New Mode of Metaphysical Inquiry, illustrated as here employed upon perception. By the Author of a Few Pages on the Book of Job. is 6d A Refutation of the Calumnies of George Harrower, lately convicted of Bigamy. By Paul Giblett. 18 6d

An Essay on the Music of the Hebrews, originally intended as a Preliminary Discourse to the Hebrew Melodies, published by Messrs Braham and Nathan. By Robert Harding Evans. 4s

The Russian Prisoner of War among the French. By Moritz Von Kotzebue, of the Russian Army; with a Preface, by Augustus Von Kotzebue. 8vo. 98

An Account of the First Edinburgh Musical Festival, beld between the 30th of October and 5th of November, 1815: To which is added, an Essay, containing some general Observations on Music. By George Farquhar Graham, Esq. 12mo. 7s

The Danger of Premature Interment, proved from many Remarkable Instances of People who have recovered after being laid out for Dead, and of others Entombed Alive, for want of being properly examined prior to Interment. By Joseph Taylor. 12mo. 4s 6d

The Farmer's Annual Account Book. Folio. 11 1s

The Ready Writer; whereby more can be written in Forty Minutes than in One Hour, by any other System. By James Henry Lewis, of Ebley. 15s

The First Number of Popular Pastimes; being Picturesque Representations, beautifully Coloured, of the Customs and Amusements of Great Britain, in Ancient and Modern Times; accompanied with Historical Descriptions. To be continued Monthly, till completed, in One Volume.

Remarks on the Safe Conveyance and Preservation of Gunpowder. By James Walker. 2s 6d

Pedestrianism: A Correct and Minute Journal of the Time occupied in every Mile. By Mr John Stokes, of Bristol: With a brief Memoir of Mr Stokes. Embellished with Two Portraits, drawn by Edward Bird, Esq. R.A. 8vo, 2s 6d


Geometria Legitima, or an Elementary System of Theoretical Geometry, in eight Books; including the Doctrine of Ratios, &c. By Francis Reynard. 7s 6d

A Key to Bonnycastle's Trigonometry. By Griffith Davies.

8vo. 5s

An Enquiry into the Principles of the Elements of Mathematics. By George Douglas.

The first Six Books of Euclid restored to their original purity; to which are added, the Principles of Sines, Tangents, and Secants, with the manner of constructing the same. By George Douglas,

A Treatise on the construction of Maps; in which the Principles of the Projections of the Sphere are demonstrated, and their various practical relations to Mathematical Geography deduced and explained. Systematically arranged, and scientifically illustrated from 20 Plates of Diagrams By Alexander Jamieson. 8vo. 9s

A New Translation of Dedacus Placidus de Titus's Primum Mobile, or Celestial Philosophy; illustrated by upwards of 30 remarkable Nativities of the most eminent Men in Europe. By John Cooper, Teacher of Mathematics. syo. 11 1s

The Gentleman's Mathematical Companion for the year 1815; containing answers, &e. to the last year's questions. 12mo. 23 6d

A Treatise for Mechanics, intended as an Introduction to the Study of Natural Philosophy. By the Rev. B. Bridge, B.D. F.R.S. 8vo. il is

Tables of Cube Measure. By T. D. W. Dearn. 12mo. 3s 6d bound,

A Practical Treatise on finding the Latitude and Longitude at Sea; with Tables, designed to facilitate the Calculations: Translated from the French of M. de Rossel. By Thomas Myers, A. M. of the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich.

Dissertations and Letters, by Don Joseph Rodriguez, the Chevalier Delambre, Barón de Zach, Dr Thomas Thomson, Dr Olinthus Gregory, and others; tending either to impugn or to defend the Trigonometrical Survey of England and Wales, carrying on by Colonel Mudge and Captain Colby. By Olinthus Gregory, LL.D. 8vo. Ss

A Treatise on the Valuation of Annuities and Assurances on Lives and Survivor. ships; on the Construction of Tables of Mortality: and on the Probabilities and Expectations of Life. By Joshua Milne. 2 vol. 8vo. 11 10s

An Easy Introduction to the Mathematics; in which the History, Theory, and Prac tice of the leading Branches are familiarly laid down: With numerous Explanations and Notes, Memoirs of Mathematical Authors and their Works, &c. &c. By Charles Butler. 2 vol. 8vo. 11 11s 6d

A System of Land-surveying and Levelling; wherein is demonstrated the Theory, with numerous Practical Examples, as applied to all Operations, either relative to the Land-surveyor, or Civil and Military Engineer. By Peter Fleming. Illustrated by 22 Copperplates. 4to. 15s

A Philosophical and Mathematical Dictionary: containing an Explanation of the Terms, and an Account of the several Subjects comprised under the Heads, Mathematics, Astronomy, and Philosophy, both natural and experimental. By Charles Hutton, LL.D. F.R.S. and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics in the Royal Academy at Woolwich. A new Edition, with numerous Additions and Improvements. 2 vol. 4to. 61 6s

A Familiar Treatise on Perspective, in Four Essays.-1. On the Theory of Vision, and the Principles of Perspective as therewith connected.-2. Elements of the Prac tice of Perspective, Definitions, and Explanations of Terms.-3. The Perspective of Shadows.-4. On Keeping, or Aerial Perspective. By Charles Taylor. No. I. Royd paper. 8vo. 3s

A Treatise on Practical Mensuration, in Eight Parts. By A. Nesbit. 12mo. 65

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Mineralogical Nomenclature, alphabetically arranged, with Synoptic Tables of the Chemical Analyses of Minerals. By Thomas Allan, Esq. 8vo. 12s

An Attempt to establish a pure Scientific System of Mineralogy; by J. Jacob Berzelius, M.D. F.R.S. Translated from the Swedish original, by John Black. 8vo. 63

A System of Mineralogy. By Robert Jameson, Regius Professor of Natural History, Lecturer on Mineralogy, and Keeper of the Museum in the University of Ediaburgh; Fellow of the Royal and Antiquarian Societies of Edinburgh; President of the Wernerian Natural History Society; Honorary Member of the Royal Irish Academy, &c. &c. 3 vol. 8vo. With 13 Engravings. 21 T23


Observations on some interesting Phenomena in Animal Physiology, exhibited by several species of Planariæ, illustrated by coloured figures of living animals. By John Grabum Dalyell, Esq. 8vo. 10s 6d

A General Description of Shells, arranged according to the Linnæan System. By William Wood, F. R.S. and L.S. &c. No. VII. 5s

An Introduction to Geology, illustrative of the general Structure of the Earth; comprising the Elements of the Science, and an Outline of the Geology and Mineral Geography of England. By Robert Bakewell. With several coloured Plates and Illustrations, a new edition, enlarged. 8vo. 16s

The Naturalist and Traveller's Pocket Guide. By Geo. Graves, F.L.S. Author of British Ornithology. With coloured Plates. 8vo. 10s 6d

Harmonies of Nature. By Bernardin de St Pierre, Author of Studies of Nature, Paul and Virginia, &c. 3 vol. 8vo. 36s

Recreations in Natural History, or Popular Sketches of British Quadrupeds; describing their Nature, Habits, and Dispositions; and interspersed with original anecdotes, 8vo. 21 8s

An Outline of Mineralogy and Geology, intended for the use of those who may desire to become acquainted with the Elements of those Sciences, especially of Young Persons. With Four Plates. By W. Philips, Member of the Geological Society. 5s 6d

An Introduction to the Study of Conchology, including Observations on the Linnæan Genera, and on the Arrangement of M. Lamarck, a Glossary, and a Table of English Names. Illustrated by Coloured Plates. By S. Brookes, F. L. S. 4to. 31 10s

A Geological Essay on the Imperfect Evidence in support of a Theory of the Earth, deducible either from its General Structure, or from the Changes produced on its Surface, by the operation of existing causes. By J. Kidd, M. D. Professor of Chemistry in the University of Oxford. 8vo. 9s

An Introduction to Entomology; or, Elements of the Natural History of Insects. By the Rev. William Kirkby, B A.F.L.S. and William Spence, Esq. F.L.S. Illustrated by Coloured Plates. Vol. I. 8vo. 18s

Elements of Conchology, according to the Linnæan System, illustrated by Twentycight Plates, drawn from Nature. By the Rev. E. J. Burrow, A.M. F.L.S. Mem. Geo. Soc. 8vo. 16s

The Classes and Orders of the Linnæan System of Botany. Illustrated by Select Specimens of Foreign and Indigenous Plants. 3 vol. Royal 8vo. 51 5s-Coloured, 71 17s 6d

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Ovarium Britannicum. By George Graves, F.L.S. Part I. Royal 8vo. 21s
Ornithology. By George Graves, F.L 6. 2 vol. Royal 8vo.
Introduction to the Natural History and Classification of Insects. By P. Wakefield.

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Transactions of the Linnæan Society of London. Vol. II. Part 2. 4to. 11 11s 6d A Descriptive Catalogue of the British Specimens deposited in the Geological Col lection of the Royal Institution. By William Thomas Brande, F.R.S. 8vo. 9s

Natural History of British Birds: or, a Selection of the most Rare, Beautiful, and Interesting Birds, which Inhabit this Country. Vols. VI. and VII. s1 128

A Treatise on the Natural History, Properties, and Uses of Coffee, as an Article of Diet and Regimen; with a New Method of Roasting. Is 6



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Records of a Noble Family; by Jane Harvey, Author of Memoirs of an Author,' &c. &c. 4 vol. 18s

Tales for Cottagers; accommodated to the present condition of the Irish Peasantry. By Mary Leadbetter and Eliz. Shakleton. 12mo. 49

Rosanna, or a Father's Labour Lost. By Lætitia Matilda Hawkins. 3 vol. 8vo. 11 78

The Magic of Wealth. By T. S. Surr, Author of the Winter in London.' &c. 3 vol. 18s

The Guerilla Chief. By Emma Parker. 3 vol. 12mo. Il 1s

Hawthorn Cottage, a Tale. By J. Jones.

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Modern Times, or the Age we Live in; a Posthumous Novel. By Eliz. Helme. 3 vol. 16s 6d.

The Spanish Campaign, or the Jew. By Mrs Meeke.

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Christabelle, the Maid of Rouen. By Mrs Hanway. 4 vol. 12mo. 1l 4s

The Fugitive, or Family Incidents. By the Author of 'Private History of the Court of England,' &c. &c. 3 vol. 12mo. 13s 6d

The Bachelor's Journal, inscribed (without permission) to the Girls of England. Edited by Miss Byron. 2 vol. 10s 6d

Secret Avengers, or the Rock of Glotzden. By Anne of Swansea. 4 vol. 11 4s Novice, or the Heir of Montgomery. By Matthew Moral. 3 vol. 16s 6d Paired, not Matched, or Matrimony in the Fifteenth Century. By Mrs Ross. 4 vol. 11

A Father as he should be, or Obedience. By Mrs Hofland. 4 vol. 11 4s

The Victim of Seduction; or the Memoirs of a Man of Fashion; a Tale of Modern Times. By the late Miss Gunning. 2 vol. 10s 6d

Maria, or the Hollanders, by Lucien Buonaparte. 3 vol. 12mo. 16s 6d

Warwick Castle, an Historical Novel: containing the Descent and Achievements of the ancient Earls of Warwick, from the earliest Period of their Creation to the present time. By Miss Prickett. 3 vol. 12mo. 15s

Howard. By John Gamble, Esq. 2 vol. 12mo.


Miseries and Pleasures of Matrimony, or the First Husband and the Second, a Novel. 4 vol. 12mo. 11 4s

The Knight of the Glen, an Irish Romance. 2 vol. 12mo. 8s

Cross Bath Guide, being the Correspondence of a respectable Family, collected by Sir Joseph Cheakell. fsc. 3s 6d

History of Mr John de Castro, and his Brother Bat, commonly called Old Crab. 4 vol. 12mo. 11 4s

Curse of Ulrica, a Romance. 3 vol. 12mo. 18s

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A Tale for Gentle and Simple. 12mo. 7s
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Treachery, or the Grave of Antoinette, a Romance, by Louisa Sydney Stanhope. 4 vol. 12mo. 11 2s

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Vathek, in the original French. By Mr Beckford. Crown 8vo. 10s 6d

Barozzi, or the Venetian Sorceress; a Romance. By Mrs Smith. 2 vol. 12mo. 10s Celebrity, or the Unfortunate Choice; a Novel. By Mrs Pilkington. 3 vol. 12mo.


The Discontented Man, or Love and Reason; a Novel. By A. F. Holstein. 3 vol. 16s 6d


Lady Jane's Pocket, a Novel. 4 vol. 12mo. 11 2s

The Cavern of Astolpho, a Spanish Romance. 2 vol. 12mo. 10s

The Invisible Hand, a Tale. 12mo. 5s.

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The Royal Wanderer, a Tale. By Algernon. 3 vol. 12mo.


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The Lord of the Isles: a Poem. By Walter Scott, Esq. 4to. 21 2s

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