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quiry into those Principles of Religion which are most influential in directing and regulating the passions and affections of the mind. -- 1st Disquisition. On Natural Religion--2nd Disquisition. On the Jewish Dispensation, respecting religion and morals. By T. Cogan, M. D. In one large vol. octavo, price 12s. 6d. boards.
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A Guide to the reading and study of the Holy Scriptures, with an Illustrative Supplement. By Augustus Herman Franck, late Professor of Divinity, and of the Greek and Oriental languages, in the University of Halle. Translated from the Latin, and augmented with Notes, With a life of the Anthor. By William Jacques. Price 8s. ex. boards.
England Safe and Triumphant ; or Researches into the Apocalyptic Little Book and Prophecies, connected and synchronical. By the Rev. Frederick Thruston, M. A. 2 Vol. 8vo. 11. 1s. boards.
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Sermons preached at Lincoln's-Inn, in the Years 1806 and 1807. By J. B. Hollingsworth, Fellow of St. Peter's Colledge, Cambridge ; and one of his Ma. jesty's Preachers at Whitehall; late Assistant Preacher at Lincoln's-inn. In one volume octavo, prico 10:. 6d. boards.
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The Charters and Letters Patent, granted by the Kings and Queens of England to the Town and City of Bristol, newly translated, and accompanied by the original Latin. By the Rev. Samuel Seyer, M. A. a Burgess of the Corporation. 4to. 11. 7s. boards; and with the cuts coloured, price 1l. 10s.
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Travels in Southern Africa, during the Years 1803, 4, 5, and 6. By Henry Lichtenstein, Doctor of Medicine and Philosophy, and Professor of Natural History at the University of Berlin; Member of several learued Sociсties. Translated from the German by Anne Plumptree, and embellished with a Portrait of the Author, and other Engravings from drawings taken on the spot, 4to. 11. 16s, boards.
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