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Literature and Science, with Practical Rules for studying each branch of Useful Knowledge. By the Rev. W. Shepherd, the Rev. J. Joyce, and the Rev. Lant Carpenter, L.L.D.; closely printed, and illustrated by nine Plates by Lowry, &c. 2 vol 8vo. 11s 6d

Glenoeven, or the Fairy Palace; a Tale for Young People. By Eleanor Sleath.

18mo. 3s


Hints from an Invalid Mother to her daughter, on Subjects connected with Moral and Religious Improvement in the conduct of Life, in varions relations. By Anna Williams 2s 6d.

The Elements of Arithmetic, edited for the Use of Schools. By William Jaques. 4s Five Hundred Questions to Goldsmith's History of Greece. By J. Gorton. 1s Exercises in Latin Prosody and Versification; or an Introduction to Scanning and Writing Latin Verse. 4s

Cicero de Officiis, with English Notes, critical and explanatory. 6s

Steps to Sense Verses, or a Set of Exercises, to be rendered into Latin Hexameters and Pentameters. 1s 6d

The English Learner: being a Selection of Lessons in Prose and Verse, adapted to the Capacity of the Younger Classes of Readers. By Tho. Ewing. 2s

Private Education; or a Practical Pian for the Studies of Young Ladies. By Eliz. Appleton. 12mo. 7s 6d

́Les Delassemens de la Jeunesse. 4 vol. 18mo. 14s

The Art of Writing: being a new System of superior swift Writing, in Six Lessons: to which is added, an Entire New System for Writing Figures; both founded on mathematical principles, and simplified. By G. B. King, Professor of Fine and Ornamental Writing. 2s

A System of Arithmetic. By J. Carver. 12mo. 2s

A New Latin Primer. By Joseph Guy, jun. 18mo. 28

Greek Exercises. By the Rev. J. Picquot. 12mo. 3s

Les Jeux de la Jeunesse; ou Nouvelle Methode à instruire les Enfans, en les amu. sant par la Representation des differens Jeux et Exercices du Corps, auxquels ils se livrent; ornamented with 37 wood cuts. Foolscap 8vo. 2s 6d

First Lessons in Latin: consisting of Selections in Latin Construing, and designed as an Introduction to Eutropius and Phædrus. 12mo. 2s 6s

Questions on the Chronology of English History; particularly adapted to that division of Dr Valpy's Poetical Chronology. 12mo. 9d

Utility; or Sketches of Domestic Education. By the Author of Simple Pleasures, The Young Botanists, &c. 12mo. 3s 6d

The Conversations of Emily, abridged and freely translated from the French. 18mo. 3s 6d

The Zoological Game: a set of Cards calculated to convey a knowledge of the ele ments of that pleasing and important branch of natural history, the animated crea tion. 8s.

A New and Practical Course of Book-keeping, in which Double Entry is rendered intelligible to all capacities; and Single, by being approximated to Double, is made to possess equal proof and certainty of Correctness. By T. Thoseau, Accountant. 10s od

Spanish, Portugueze, and Italian Grammar. By J. Woodhouse. 8vo. 7s
Village Conversations; or, The Vicar's Fireside. Vol. II. 6s

An Introduction to Latin Reading, taken from the most approved Classical Authors, arranged in progressive Lessons, from the more easy to the more difficult Rules in Syntax, according to the Eton Latin Grammar, and Ruddiman's Rudiments. By Wil liam Ballantyne. 12mo. 3s 6d

Clavis Virgiliana; or, a Vocabulary of all the Words in Virgil's Bucolics, Georgics, and Æneid; in which, 1. Each word is marked with an accent. 2. The several significations of each word are ascertained. 3. These various significations are reduced into proper classes. Svo. 7s.6d

Key to the Exercises on the Elements of French Grammar. By the Rev. I. Gerardot, B.A. 12mo. 1s 6d

Symbolic Illustrations of the History of England, from the Roman Invasion to the present time, accompanied with a Narrative of the principal Events; designed more particularly for the Instruction of Young Persons. By Mary Ann Rundell. 4to. 21 2s

A Familiar History of England, by Question and Answer. 3s 6d

A new Introduction to the French Language, being an Abridgment of the Grammar of M. de Levizac. By A Picquet. 12mo. 2s 6d


An Interesting Collection of Scripture Prints, engraved from the Paintings of Eminent Masters. By Mr Freeman. Adapted to illustrate Bibles, Common Prayers, and all Works of Scripture History. 8vo. Paper, 1l 1s. Ditto Coloured, 21 2s. 4to. Paper, 11 5s. Ditto Coloured, 21 10s

Picturesque Views of Public Edifices in Paris. By Messrs Segard and Tastard, acquatinted in Imitation of the Drawings. By Mr Rosenberg. 4to. 11 11s 6d Plain. Coloured, 21 2s

The British Gallery of Pictures, No. XI. Containing a highly-finished Engraving, exquisitely coloured from the Original Picture, painted by Parmigiano, entitled, The Marriage of St Catherine. Uncoloured, 10s 6d. Proofs, 11 1s. Coloured, 61 6s

The Principles of Practical Perspective, or Scenographic Projection; containing Universal Rules for delineating Designs on various Surfaces, and taking Views from Nature, by the most simple and expeditious methods: To which are added, Rules for Shadowing, and the Elements of Painting. By Richard Brown, Architect and Professor of Perspective. Illustrated by fifty-one plates. Royal 4to. 21 2s

The Fourteenth Number of the "British Gallery of Pictures," containing a highly finished engraving by Freeman, of the Madonna, Infant Christ, and St John, from the original picture painted by Raffaello, in the possession of the Marquis of Stafford.

A Series of Illustrations to the Lord of the Isles, a Poem, by Walter Scott, Esq. engraved after designs by R. Westall, Esq. R. A. in the first style of excellence. In 4to. proofs, 11 16s; in 8vo. 18s; and with the Poem, in 8vo. 11 12s

Picturesque Delineations of the Southern Coast of England; engraved by W. B. Cooke and G. Cooke, from original drawings by J. M. W. Turner. Part v.


Twelve plates, to illustrate the Poems of the Right Hon. Lord Byron; engraved by Charles Heath, Engleheart, Findon, and Rhodes, from original drawings by Stothard; in foolscap 8vo. 18s; 8vo. 1l 10s


A Sketch of the United States of North America, at the Commencement of the Nineteenth Century, from 1800 to 1810: With Statistical Tables, and a New Map. By the Chevalier Felix de Beaujour. Translated by Wm. Walton, Esq. 8vo. 16s

A General Description of Switzerland, according to the Last Division in Nineteen Cantons; interspersed with Historical Anecdotes, and Remarks on the Dress and Manners of the Inhabitants. Illustrated by Fifty Coloured Engravings of the Costume. By an English Lady. 2 vol. royal 8vo. 31 13s 6d

The East India Gazetteer. By Walter Hamilton. 8vo. 25s

Sketches of the History and Present State of the Russian Empire. By the Rev. William Anderson. 8vo. 12s

Russia, Austria, China, England, and Turkey; Picturesque Representations of the Dress and Manners of those Nations; illustrated by 274 engravings, 5 vol. Royal 8vo. 151 15s

Josy's General Description of Switzerland, 2 vol. large 8vo. Coloured Plates. si

13s 6d.

The Traveller's Complete Guide through Belgium, Holland, and Germany. By Charles Campbell, Esq. 12mo. 78

Alcedo's Geographical and Historical Dictionary of America and the West Indies. By G. A Thomson, Esq. 5 vol. 4to. 101 10s

England at the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century: from the French of M. de Levis, Duke and Peer of France. Vol. I.


A Gazetteer of the most remarkable Places in the World; with brief Notices of the Principal Historical Events, and of the most celebrated Persons connected with them; to which are annexed, References to Books of History, Voyages, Travels, &c. By Thomas Bourn, Teacher of Writing and Geography, Hackney. 8vo. Second edition, corrected and greatly enlarged. 18s

Maritime Geography and Statistics; or a Description of the Ocean and its Coasts, Maritime Commerce, Navigation, &c. By James Hingston Tuckey, a Commander in the Royal Navy. 4 vol. 8vo. 21 16s

A New General Atlas; constructed and adjusted from the best systematic Works, and the most authentic Accounts of recent Voyages and Travels. No. XI. s

Neele's General Atlas, comprising a complete set of Maps, compiled from the best Authorities, improved by valuable Original Documents, and embracing all the recent Discoveries of Circumnavigators and Travellers. Imperial 4to. 41 4s

The Traveller's New Guide through Ireland: containing a new and accurate description of the Roads, with particulars of all the Noblemen and Gentlemen's Seats, Churches, Monastic Buildings, Antiquities, and Natural Curiosities; also, the present State of Agriculture, Manufactures, and Commerce, with a Complete List of all the Fairs throughout the Kingdom. 8vo. 1 1s.

Considerations on the present Political State of India, embracing Observations on the Character of the Natives-on the Civil and Military Courts-the Administration of Justice-the State of the Land, Tenure, and the Condition of the Peasantry-and the Internal Police of our Eastern Dominions; intended chiefly as a manual of instruction in their Duties for the junior Servants of the Company. By Alexander Frazer Tytler. 2 vol. 8vo. 189

A Compendium of Geography. By R. Mangnall. 12mo. 93

Geography on a Popular Plan. By the Reverend J. Goldsmith. Seventh Edition.

12mo. 15s

British Geography, or the Geography of the British Empire. By the Rev. J. Goldsmith; a New Edition, revised and enlarged. 5s

A New Map of the World, exhibiting at one View the Extent, Religion, Population, and degrees of Civilization of each Country; with numerous illustrative Notes. By J. Wild. Printed on a large sheet of Columbier drawing-paper. 7s 6d

The New Geography, or an Introduction to Modern Geography, in Question and Answer; compiled from the best Authorities. By William Jillard Hort. 12mo. 8s

Practical Geography, in a Series of Exercises, illustrative of the Geography of all the Countries in the Civilized World; with twenty-five coloured outline Maps, and a copious Appendix of the chief places. By Miss Cleobury, of Nottingham. Imperial


11 15s

Egypt, a Series of Engravings, exhibiting the Scenery, Antiquities, Architecture, Hieroglyphics, Costume, Inhabitants, Animals, &c. of that Country; with accompany ing Descriptions and Explanations, selected from the celebrated Work detailing the expedition of the French. By Vivant Denon, Part I. folio. 5s

Geographical Institutions, or a Set of Classical and Analytical Tables, forming a Complete Course of Gradual Lessons in Ancient and Modern Geography. By J. M. Mauthier. 4to. 1s 6d half-bound.

Tracts relative to the Island of St Helena. By Major-General Alexander Beatson. 4to. 21 12s 6d


A Delineation of the Strata of England and Wales, with part of Scotland; exhibit ing the Coaleries and Mines, the Marshes and Fen Lands originally overflowed by the sea, and the varieties of soil according to the variations in the substrata; illustrated by the most descriptive names of places and of local districts: showing also the Canals and Rivers, Sites of Parks and Principal Seats of the Nobility and Gentry, the opposite Coast of France, and the Lines of Strata, neatly Coloured. By William Smith.

51 5s


Annals of Scotland, from the Yeir 1514 to the Yeir 1591. By George Marjoreybankes, Burgess of Edinburghe. (Only 50 Copies printed.) 8vo. 169

A Circumstantial Narrative of the Campaign in Russia, embellished with Plans of the Battles of Moscow and Malo Jaroslavitz. By Eugene Labaume. 8vo. 10s 6d

Narrative of the Retreat of the British Army from Burgos, in a Series of Letters. By G. F. Burrough. 8vo. 6s

The History of England, from the Norman Conquest to the Accession of Edward the First, in two Parts. Part the First-comprising the Civil and Political History. Part the Second-containing the Literary History of England during that Period. By Sharon Turner, F. S. A. 4to. 11 16s

Decrets, Ordonnances, Traités de Paix, Manifestes, Proclamations, Discours, &c. de Napoleon Buonaparte, depuis 1792 jusqu'à son Abdication en 1814. Extrait du Moniteur, par Lewis Goldsmith. 6 vol. 8vo. 717s

A Genealogical History of the English Sovereigns, from the Conquest till George III. By W. Toplis. 16s

Memoires sur La Guerre des Français en Espagne, pendant les Années 1808, 9, 10. Par M. de Rocca, Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur. 8vo. 9s 6d

The Campaign of Paris in 1814. To which is a prefixed, a Sketch of the Campaign in 1813, compiled from authentic Documents, and the Testimony of Eyewitnesses. From the French of P. F. F. J. Girard. 8vo. 6s

Crevier's History of the Roman Emperors, from Augustus to Constantine. Translated from the French by John Mill, Esq. 10 vol. 8vo. 41

The Campaign in Germany and France, from the Expiration of the Armistice, Signed and Ratified June 4th, 1813, to the Period of Buonaparte's Abdication of the Throne of France; with an Appendix, containing all the French Bulletins issued during this Period, and other Official Documents. By John Phillippart, Esq. 2 vol. 8vo. il is.

A Faithful Narrative of the Repassing the Beresina by the French Army, in 1812. By an Eyewitness. 3s 6d

The History of the Church of Scotland, from the Establishment of the Reformation to the Revolution: illustrating a most interesting period of the political history of Britain. By George Cook, D.D. minister of Laurencekirk. 3 vol. 8vo. 1 16s

Hora Pelasgicæ, Part the First; containing an Inquiry into the Origin and Language of the Pelasgi, or Ancient Inhabitants of Greece: with a dissertation on the Pelasgic or Æolic Digamma. By Herbert Marsh, D.D. F.R.S. Part I. 8vo. 78. 6d.

Memoirs of the War of the French in Spain. By M. de Rocca. 8vo. 9s

The History of the Kings of England, and the Modern History of William of Malmesbury. Translated from the Latin by the Rev. J. Sharpe, B.A. Royal 4to. 31 3s

The Historical Remembrancer, or Epitome of Universal History: including a chronological list of battles, sieges, revolutions, discoveries, inventions, eminent men, &c. to the Year 1814. By David Steuart, Esq. 12mo. 5s

Letters from Portugal, Spain, and France, written during the campaigns of 1812, 13, 14. By S. D. Broughton. 8vo. 12s

A Narrative of the Events which have taken place in France, from the Landing of Napoleon Buonaparte on the 1st March 1815, till the Restoration of Louis XVIII.; with an Account of the Present State of Society and Public Opinion. By Miss H. M. Williams. 8vo. 9s 6d

Memoir of the Conquest of Java. By Major William Thorn. 4to. 31 3s

A Chronological Abridgment of the History of England; its Constitution and Laws, from the Norman Conquest, to the Revolution in the Year 1688. 8vo. 10s 6d

The Annual Register; or, a View of the History, Politics, and Literature, for the Year 1814. 8vo. 16s.

The Edinburgh Annual Register for 1813. Large vol. 8vo. 11 1s

A History of the British Islands, (Great Britain and the Islands that with it compose a Geographical Group,) from the Earliest Accounts, to the Year 1807; including the French Revolution, and its Portentous Consequences. By the Rev. James Gordon. 4 vol. 8vo. 21 5s 6d

A Memorial offered to her Royal Highness the Princess Sophia, Electress and Dutchess-Dowager of Hanover. Containing a Delineation of the Constitution and Policy of England; with Anecdotes concerning Remarkable Persons of that time. By Gilbert Burnet, Bishop of Salisbury. 8vo. 6s

History of Ancient Europe. 3 vol. 8vo. 21 2s

Circumstantial Details of the Battle of Waterloo: illustrated by an original Plan, Views, &c. By a near Observer 3s 6d

The Life of the Duke of Wellington. By George Elliot, Esq. 8vo. 14s The Life and Campaigns of Prince Blucher. By J. E. Marston, Esq. 8vo. 18s An Account of the Battle of Waterloo. By a British Officer on the Staff. The Battle of Waterloo, containing the Official and other Accounts. By a near Observer. 7s 6d

The History of England, by Sharon Turner, F.S.A. Volume the Second, containing the History of the Reigns of Edward I. Edward II. Edward III. Richard II. Henry IV. Henry V.-Also the History of Religion in England-The History of English Poetry, and of the English Language and Prose Literature. 4to. 21 2s

The Civil and Military History of Germany, from the Landing of Gustavus to the Conclusion of the Treaty of Westphalia. By the late Francis Hare Naylor, Esq. 2 vol.

8vo. 11 8s

The Life of James the Second, King of England, &c. collected out of Memoirs writ of his own Hand, together with the King's Advice to his Son, and his Majesty's Will; published by command of his Royal Highness the Prince Regent, from the original Stuart Manuscripts preserved at Rome, and now deposited in Carlton House. By the Rev. J. S. Clarke, LL.B.F.R.S. 2 vol. 4to. 61 6s

A Narrative of the Demolition of the Monastery of Port Royal des Champs, inclu ding Biographical Memoirs of its later inhabitants. By Mary Anne Schimmelpenninck. Crown 8vo. 7s 6d

Substance of some Letters, written by an Englishman Resident at Paris, during the last Reign of the Emperor Napoleon. 2 vol. 8vo.

11 4s

Cobbett's Parliamentary History of England. Vol. 36. Royal 8vo. 11 11s 6d The Representative History of Great Britain and Ireland; comprising a History of the House of Commons, and of the Counties, Cities, and Boroughs of the United Kingdom. By T. H. B. Oldfield, Esq. 5 vol. 8vo. 31 12s

The History of the Mahometan Empire in Spain, containing a General History of the Arabs, their Institutions, Conquests, Literature, Arts, Sciences, and Manners, to the Expulsion of the Moors. By J. C. Murphy, Architect. 4to. 1 15s


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