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Ovid's Metamorphoses; translated by T. Orger, with the Latin Text printed in form of Notes. 8vo. 21s

Laurea Corona, or a Garland of Bays: a Lyric Poem, with explanatory Notes. Charlemagne, ou l'Eglise Delivrée, Poëme Epique, en Vingt-quatre Chants. Par Lucien Buonaparte, Membre de l'Institut de France, &c. 2 vol. 4to. 41 4s; Royal, 71 7≤ Roderick, the Last of the Goths; a Tragic Poem. By Robert Southey, Esq. PoetLaureat, &c. 4to. 21 2s

The Flower of Wye, a Poem, in six Cantos. By Henry Ingram. 8vo. 10s 6d The Pilgrims of the Sun, a Poem. By James Hogg. 8vo. 7s 6d

Familiar Poems, Moral and Religious. By Susannah Wilson, a Servant Girl. 18mo. 2s

The Lay of the Poor Fiddler, a Parody on the Lay of the Last Minstrel. By an admirer of Walter Scott. Foolscap. 5s

Jephtha, a Poem. By Edward Smedley, jun. 8vo. 38 6d

Original Lines and Translations. By the Author of the 'Bioscope.' Foolscap 8vo. 45 Lothaire: a Romance, in Six Cantos, with Notes. By Robert Gilmour. 59 The Cadet, a Poem, in Six Parts; containing Remarks on British India. 2 vol. foolscap 8vo. 148

Sir Wilibert de Waverley, or the Bridal Eve, a Poem. By Eliza S. Francis. FoolScap Evo.


The Only Child, in Two Cantos. 3s 6d

A Poem, descriptive of a Cruise in the Channel, with the last Voyage of Munge Park to Africa. 2s 6d

The Life and Lucubrations of Crispinus Scriblerus. Part I. 8vo. 4s

Lispings of the Muse, a Selection from Juvenile Poems. By John H. Payne. 38 6d

Charlemagne, or the Church Delivered, an Epic Poem, in twenty-four Books: by Lucien Buonaparte. Translated into English verse by the Rev. Samuel Butler, D.D. and the Rev. Francis Hodgson, A.M. 2 vol. 4to, 41 45.-Royal Paper, 71 7s

Original Lines and Translations. 8vo. 4s

Paddy Hew, a Poem, from the Brain of Timothy Tarpaulin, whistled by a Sea Cook, 10s 6d

The Descent of Liberty, a Mask, by John Hunt. Foolscap. 65
The Paper and the Church, a Mock-Heroic Poem. 29 6d

Bibliotheca Anglo-Poetica, or a Descriptive Catalogue of a Rare and Rich Collection of English Poetry, in possession of Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. IlJustrated by Occasional Extracts and Remarks, Critical and Biographical: With Eigheen Portraits, a Title Vignette, Twenty-four Capital Letters, and an Outline Fac-Simile, finely engraved on Wood. Royal 8vo. 11 14s


Ode to Desolation, with other Poems. By M. W. Hartstonge, Esq. 8vo. 7s The False Alarm, or the Eastern Mistake, a Poem. To which is subjoined the Cow's Petition, most respectfully inscribed to the Gultivators of Mangel Wurzel. By Giles Esculent, Esq. 8vo.

1s 6d

1 The Aliad, an Heroic Epistle. 25

Poems by Hugh Lawton, Esq. Royal 4to. 11 5s

De Rance, a Poem. By J, W. Cunningham, Vicar of Harrow. 8vo. 6s Helga, in Seven Cantos, with Notes. By the Hon. Wm. Herbert. 8vo. 12s The Poetical Works, collected, of Lord Byron. 4 vol. Foolscap 8vo. 1) 8s Fugitive Pieces in Verse and Prose. By William Drennan, M.D. 8vo.


The Life and Lucubrations of Crispinus Scriblerus, a Novel in Verse; with Annotations and Commentaries. 5s

Metrical Essays. By John Ambrose Williams. Small 8vo. 6s

The Veils, or the Triumph of Constancy, a Poem, in Six Books. By Miss Porden. 8vo. 10s 6d

The First Eight Books of Armageddon, a Poem, in Twelve Books. By the Rev. George Townsend, B.A. 4to. 11 11s 6d

Ancient Scottish Poems, published from the MS. of George Bannatyne, 1568. Edited by Lord Hailes. 8vo. 11 1s

The Maze, a Poem.

12mo. 9s

A Second Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte. 8vo. Is 6d

Consolation, with other Poems. By the Rev. William Gillespie. 8vo. 12s

A Selection of Hebrew Melodies, ancient and modern; with appropriate Sympho nies and Accompaniments, by Braham and J. Nathan; the Poetry by Lord Byron. No. I. 21s

Moscow, or Triumphant Self-Devotion, a Poem. By the Rev. James Holme. Post 8vo. 6s

Poems by William Wordsworth, including Lyrical Ballads, and the Miscellaneous Pieces of the Author; with additional Poems, a new Preface, and a Supplementary Essay. 2 vol. 8vo.

11 8s

The White Doe of Rylstone, or the Fate of the Nortons. By William Wordsworth.

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The Field of Waterloo, a Poem. By Walter Scott, Esq. 8vo. 5s

Poens. By William Cowper of the Inner Temple, Esq. Vol. III.; containing his posthumous Poetry, and a Sketch of bis Life, by his Kinsman John Johnson, LL.D. Rector of Yaxham with Welborne.

Peter Pindar's Palms for a R-1 Duke, on the loss of 6000l. a year. 1s 6d
The Duel, a Satirical Poem, in four Cantos; with other Poems. By L. O. Shaw. 6d
Sacred Sketches, a Poem. By Mrs H. Roll. Crown 8vo. 6s

Episodes from Shah Nameh. By S. Weston. 8vo. 6s

A Collection of ancient and modern Scottish Ballads, Tales, and Songs, with explanatory Notes and Observations. By John Gilchrist. 2 vol. 12mo.


Hebrew Melodies. By the Right Hon. Lord Byron. 8vo. 5s 6d
The Feudal Hall, a Poem. 8vo. 4s

Poetical History of England. 8vo. 6s 6d

Poems from the Danish. By W. S. Walker. 12mo. 7s
Epistles and Miscellaneous Poems. By Thomas Grinfield. 7s
Monthermer, a Poem. By Edward Quillinan, Esq. 8vo. 9s
Ode to the Duchess of Angouleme
Original Poems. By Charlotte Nooth.

Is 6d

Kenilworth, a Maske, or Three Days Entertainment given by Lord Leicester to Queen Elizabeth: together with Farley Castle, selected from a Private Edition of Mr Liddiard's Poems. 8vo. 7s

8vo. 10s

The Life-Boat, or Dillon O'Dwire. By the Rev. W. Liddiard. 12mo. 48

The Oxford Sausage, or Select Poetical Pieces, written by the most celebrated Wits of the University of Oxford, with Cuts, from the original Designs. By Thomas Bewick. New Edition. 8vo. 10s 6d

Love at Head-quarters, or a Week at Brussels. 25

Poems on various Occasions. By the late Rev. W. Fernyhough, B.D. 8vo. 6s The Beauties of Dr Young's Night Thoughts, arranged under various Heads. Royal 18mo.

The Morning Star, or the Divine Poems of Mr Rees Prichard. 8vo. Es Waterloo, a Poem. By the Author of the General Post-Bag, &c. 4to. 11 55 Selection of Poems. By O Cottle. 12mo. 5s

Ode on the Victory of Waterloo. By Elizabeth Cobbold. 8vo.

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The City of the Plague, and other Poems. By John Wilson, Author of the Isle of Palms. 8vo. 10s 6d

Poems, chiefly Lyrical, partly in the Scottish Dialect. By James Aikman. 12mo 6s The Nithsdale Minstrel; being original Poetry, chiefly by the Bards of Nithsdale.



The Wanderer of Norway; a Poem. By Thomas Brown, Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Edinburgh. Foolscap 8vo. 7s

Prince of the Lake; or, O'Donoghue of Rasse. By M. J. Sullivan. 8vo. 75


De Mowbray. Foolscap 8vo. 4s 6d

Search after Happiness, and other Poems. By Hannah More. 24mo.
The Inquisition. By J. Kelly. 12mo. 4s

Sherborne Castle, and other Juvenile Poems. By G. M. Butt. 5s
Poems of Melodino, lately discovered; translated from an Ancient MS. By Edward
Lawson, Esq. 8vo. 10s

The Poetical Works of Robert Southey, Esq. Poet Laureate, and Member of the Royal Spanish Academy: Containing. Roderick the Last of the Goths-Curse of Kehama Madoc-Thalaba-Joan of Arc-and Minor Poems; any of which may be had separately. 13 vol. foolscap, 8vo. 41 16s

Prescience, or the Secrets of Divination; a Poem. Small 8vo. 7s 6d

28 6d

By Edward Smedley, junior.

The Story of Rimini; a Poem. By Leigh Hunt. Small 8vo. 6s 6d
The Siege of Corinth; a Poem-Parisina; a Poem. By Lord Byron. 8vo. 5s 6d
Domestic Pleasures. By F. B. Vaux. 12mo. 4s 6d

Days of Harold; a Metrical Tale. By J. B. Rodgers. 8vo. 12s.
Readings on Poetry. By Miss Edgeworth. 12mo. 3s. half-bound.
Emilia of Lindenau; or the Field of Leipsic. By M. A. Houghton. 12mo. Bs
Infancy; or the Economy of Nature in the Progress of Human Life. A Poem. 8vo.
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The Appeal of Poland, an Ode, written on the Commencement of the late Campaign. By W. S. Walker, of Trinity College, Cambridge. Is 6d

The Purple Island. By J. Fletcher. 8vo. 5s
Alastor, or the Spirit of Solitude; and other Poems.
Moscow; a Poem. By Mrs H. Rolls. 2s
Redemption. By G. Woodley. 2 vol. 8vo. 16s

By Percy Bysche Shelly. 5s


A Letter to the Earl of Liverpool, on the probable Effect of a great Reduction of Corn Prices by Importation; upon the Relative Condition of the State and its Creditors; and of Debtors and Creditors in general. 8vo. 3s

Observations on lowering the Rent of Land, and on the Corn Laws. By George Booth. 8vo. 7s

Letters from Albion to a Friend on the Continent; written in the years 1810 to 1813. 2 vol. 12mo. 14s

An Exposé on the Dissensions of Spanish America; containing an Account of the Origin and Progress of those fatal Differences, &c. &c. By William Walton, Esq.

8vo. 12s

A Letter to Lord Ellenborough, by Lord Cochrane. 5s

Secret Memoirs of Napoleon Buonaparte; written by one who never quitted him for fifteen years. 2 vol. 12mo. 10s 6d

Reflections on the Financial System of Great Britain, and particularly the Sinking Fund; written in France in the Summer of 1812. By Walter Boyd, Esq. 2s 6d

The Objections against the Corn Bill, Refuted. By W. Spense, Esq. 2s 6d Considerations on the Expediency of continuing the Property-Tax a certain number of Years. 2s 6d

A Letter in Reply to M. Carnot, by an Englishman.

The Grounds of an Opinion on the Policy of restricting the importation of Foreign Corn. By the Rev. T. R. Malthus. 8vo. 2s 6d

An Inquiry into the Nature and Progress of Rent, and the Principles by which it is regulated. By the Rev. T. L. Malthus. 8vo. 3s

An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations. By Adam Smith, L.L.D., a New Edition: With Notes, and an additional Volume, containing Observations on the Subjects treated of in the Text of Dr Smith: By David Buchanan. 4 vol. 8vo. 21 8s

An Argument and Constitutional Advice for the Petitions against the Corn-Bill. By John Price Smith, Esq. 3s

Observations on the Corn Trade, Agriculture, and Manufactures of England. By a Country Gentleman. 3s

A Review of the Evidence before the Two Houses of Parliament on the Corn-Laws. By G. L. Newnham, Esq. 2s 6d

Letters to the Bishop of Durham, Lord Dundas, and G. Rose, on the Corn Laws. By T. Simpson, Esq. 4s

Considerations on the present Political State of India;-embracing Observations on the Character of the Natives,-on the Civil and Criminal Courts,-the Administration of Justice, the State of the Land Tenure,—the Condition of the Peasantry,—and the internal Police of our Eastern Dominions. By Alexander Frazer Tytler, Esq. 8vo. 2 vol. 18s

Reflections on the Progressive Decline of the British Empire, and on the Necessity of Public Reform. By H. Schultes. Is 6d

Letters of Verax to the Morning Chronicle, on the assumed Grounds of the present War. By William Godwin. 28

The Speeches of the Right Hon. Charles James Fox, in the House of Commons, from bis Entrance into Parliament in 1768, to the year 1806, now first collected, in 6 vols. 8vo. 41 4s

Liberty, Civil, and Religious, by a Friend to both. 8vo. 3s

The Parliamentary History of England, from the earliest period to the year 1803; from which last mentioned epoch it is continued downward to the current time in the work, entitled, The Parliamentary Debates, published under the superintendance of T. C. Hansard, Peterborough-Court. Vol. XXV. Royal 8vo. 11 11s 6d

The Parliamentary Debates of the Session 1813-14;-comprising full and accurate Reports of the Speeches delivered, correct Copies of Addresses, Regent's Speeches and Messages, the most important Parliamentary Papers, Petitions, and Reports, the Annual Finance Accounts, Lists, Indexes, &c. Compiled under the superintendance of T. C. Hansard, Peterborough-Court. 2 vol. Royal 8vo. 31 3s

An Authentic Narrative of the Invasion of France, in 1814. By M. De Beauchamp, Author of the History of the War of La Vendée. 2 vol. 8vo. 11 is Thoughts on the Management and Relief of the Poor. By William Clarke, Esq.

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Ways and Means ;-submitted to, and approved by, the late Mr Perceval: With a Proposal for the Redemption of the Newspaper Tax; as also in Remission of the additional Duties upon Wine. By Captain Fairman 8vo. Ss 6d

The Reduction of the Forces with the Full and Half-pay, Civilly and Politically considered; in which is laid down a permanent Plan for the immediate Employment of the Disbanded Troops, &c. By Captain Fairman. 8vo. 3s

The Watch Light, illustrative of many new and curious Facts relative to Lord Cochrane's Commission of the Fraud upon the Stock Exchange, and his Connexion with De Berenger and others. 8vo. 38 6d

An Impartial Historical Life of Napoleon Buonaparte. By J. M. G. 12mo. 6s Considerations upon the Corn Bill. 8vo 2s

Essay on the External Corn Trade. By R. Torrens, Esq. 8vo. 9s

An Essay on the Influence of a Low Price of Corn on the Profits of Stock; showing the inexpediency of restrictions on importation, with remarks on Mr Malthus's last two publications. 3s

A Letter on the Corn Laws, and on the Means of obviating the Mischiefs and Distress which are rapidly increasing. From the Right Hon. Lord Sheffield. 2s 6d

History of the War in Spain and Portugal, from 1807 to 1814. By General Sarrazin; illustrated by a Map. 8vo. 12s

The History of the Secret Societies of the Army, and of the Military Conspiracies, which had for their object the destruction of the government of Buonaparte. Translated from the French. 8vo. 7s

The same Work in French. 8vo. 7s

Parliamentary Portraits. 8vo. 8s

The Happiness of States, or an Inquiry concerning Population, the Modes of subsisting and employing it, and the effects of all on Human Happiness; in which the author refutes the productive and unproductive theory of Smith, and the notions lately propagated, that subsistence is the regulator of population, and that the increase of the latter has a tendency to promote poverty. By S. Gray, Esq. 4to. 1l 11s 6d

The Principle of the English Poor Laws, illustrated from the Evidence given by Scottish Proprietors (before the Corn Committee), on the Connexion observed in Scotland between the Price of Grain and the Wages of Labour. By John Weyland, jun. Esq. F.R.S. 8vo. Ss 6d

Essai, Historique, Politique et Moral, sur les Revolutions Anciennes et Modernes. Par M. de Chateaubriand. 8vo. 12s

Souvenirs d'Italie, d'Angleterre, et d'Amerique. Par M. Chateaubriand. 2 vol. 8vo. 18s

Recollections of Italy, England, and America. By Elizabeth Cobbold. 2 vol.



Political Reflections, addressed to the Allied Sovereigns of Europe. By the Rev. Edward Hankin. 4s

An Historical Sketch of the French Revolution, with Original Anecdotes. Part I. By R. Thomson.


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Observations on the Public and Private Life of the Prince Regent. Is 6d

Essay on Revolutions. By F. A. De Chateaubriand. 8vo. 12s

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An Address to the Nation on the Relative Importance of Agriculture and Manufactures; with Remarks on the Doctrines of Mr Malthus. 3s 6d

An Inquiry into the Causes of the High Prices of Corn and Labour-the Depressions on our Foreign Exchanges-and High Prices of Bullion, during the late War, &c. By Robert Wilson, Esq. 8vo. 3s

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A History of the Causes, Progress, and Termination of the Revolution in France, in 1815. By Edmund Boyce. 2 vols. 8vo. 11 4s

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Parliamentary Reform on Constitutional Principles; or, British Loyalty against

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