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The Shipwreck of St Paul; or Seatonian Prize Poem. By the Rev. C. J. Hoare. 2s.
The Cat's Concert; or Grimalkin's Disasters; with 14 Engravings. 1s.; coloured, 1s. 6d.
Gilbert, or the Young Carrier, an Amatory Rural Poem ; in 4 Books. Foolscap Svo. 65.; fine paper, 7s. 6d.
The Lays of Caruth, Bard of Dinham, and other Poems. By Miss Elfe. 2s. 6d.
Poem for Youth, a miscellaneous Collection of original Tales. 1s. 6d. The Siller Gun, in Four Cantos; with Notes and a Glossary. by John Mayne. Foolscap 8vo. 4s. 6d.
Little Odes to Great Folks. By Pindar Minimus. 3s. 6d.
Petrarch translated, or a Selection of his Sonnets and Odes, accompanied with Notes, and the original Italian. By the Transla tor of Catullus. 10s. 6d.
Vortigern and Rowena, or characteristic Sketches of Persons of Distinction. Part 4th and last. 4s.
Poeme sur l'Astronomie, avec des Cartes nouvelles et exactes. Par P. Villemer. 8vo. 5s.
Battle of Flodden-Field; a Poem of the 16th Century, with the various Readings of the different Copies; historical Notes, a Glos sary, and an Appendix; containing antient Poems and historical Matter relating to the same Event. By Henry Weber.
The pastoral Care, a didactic Poem.
Latin and Italian Poems of Milton, translated into English Verse, and a Fragment of a Commentary on Paradise Lost, by the late William Cowper, Esq. Royal 4to. 21. 2s.
Parkinson's organic Remains of a former World. Vol. II. 4to. Containing the History, and coloured Representations of more than two hundred Fossil Zoophytes. 21. 12s. 6d.
Tales of the Robin and other small Birds, selected from the British Poets. By Joseph Taylor. 2s. 6d.
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Lectures on Natural History, as delivered at the Leverian Museum, and at the Royal Institution, Albemarle-Street. By George Shaw, M. D. F. R. S.
General Zoology. By George Shaw, M. D. Vol. VII. being the first on the Subject of Birds.
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St Justin; or the Hour of Trial, a Romance. By Sophia Bou verie. 3 vol. 15s.
Asmodeus; or the Devil in London. By Mr Sedley.
Algylia. 4 vol.
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Leicestershire Tales; by Miss Mary Linwood. 4to. small 8vo. 17. 1s.
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Honorine d'Userches, par l'Auteur des Lettres écrites de Lau3 vol. 15s.
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Queen Hoohall, a Romance; the late Joseph Strutt, Author of People of England, &c. 4 vol.
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Indian Recreations; consisting of Thoughts of the Effects of the British Government on the State of India. By the Rev. William Tennant. Vol. III. 8vo. 9s.
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Necessity for Toleration, exemplified in the Speeches on the CaVOL. XIII. NO. 25.
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Theological Thoughts on God, the Creation, Fall and Redemption of Man, and on God's Dealings with Man, from the Creation to the final Consummation of all Things. By Dr William Smith, late Chief Justice of Cape Breton. 8vo. 10s. 6d.
An Attempt to prove the Truth of Christianity, in a series of Discourses preached before the University of Oxford in 1808, at the Lecture founded by the late John Bampton, M. A. By John Penrose, M. A. 9s.
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