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Art. X. SELECT LITERARY INFORMATION. Just published, No IX. (commencing Rev. Henry March, of Mill Hill. 1 vol. the third volume) of the Zoological 12mo. Journal, containing a Memoir of the In the press, and speedily will be pube Life and Wrilings, and Contributions to lisbed, Pathological and Practical ObScience, of the late Sir T. Stamford servations on Spinal Complaints, illusRaffles; with other original articles in trated with Cases and Engravings ; also, every branch of Zoology, Reviews of an Inquiry into the Origin and Cure of Books, &c.
Distorted Limbs. By Edward Harrison, Dr. Gordon Smith's Work on Poisons, M.D. F.R.A.S. Edinb. formerly Presiwhich has been much interrupted by the dent of the Royal Medical and Royal Author's state of health, will shortly be Physical Societies of Edinburgh. ready for publication.
Shortly will be published, Mrs. Leslie A new and very copious General and Her Grandchildren: a Tale. Em. Index to Calmet's Dictionary, and the bellished with an elegant frontispiece, Fragments, edited by the late Mr. from a design by Wright. Charles Taylor, is preparing for pub. A Translation of some of the most lication, and may be expected very popular Fairy Tales from the German, shortly.
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ART. XI. LIST OF WORKS RECENTLY PUBLISHED. GEOLOGY
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VOL. XXVII. NEW SERIES.
Abosharon, description of the temple of the naries, 231; reflections on certain
mysterious events in the annals of
Stewart's practical view of it, 185, on the glory usually depicted round the
head of the Saviour, 234; on the passion
Bathing, cold, warm, and sea, observa.
Belfrage's discourses on the, 374, el pepsia, 420, el seq.
Belcher's poetical sketches of biblical
Beldam's sumunary of the laws pecu-
paigns of the, at Washington and New senters invidiously mixed up with that
Bible, cottage, and family expositor,
337, el seg.
God, by the Rev. Edward Irving, 186, spiritual claims of the metropolis,
&c., 465, et seq. ; modern London, an-
count of him, 454, 5; curious anecdole 466 ; proportion of the population not atag
tending any place of worship, ib.; num-
in 1826, ib. ; increase above the prior
231, et seq.; the subject of the poem ber of communicants west of Temple
at Windsor, ib.; their departure for
tholics, and list of their places of wor-
tropolis, 469, 70.
voyage of the, to the Sandwich Is-
lands, 289, et seq.
tionis sacræ, &c. 348, et seq. ; origin
execution of the work, 366, 7.
under his government, 573.
rah's observations on it, 279.
then, 163, et seq.; difficulty of the
racy of knowledge, 168.
Cadiot, M., authentie narrative of his
conversion to the Protestant faith,
private tutor, 464.
ington and New Orleans, in 1814 and
1815, narrative of it, 142, et seq.
Baillie's gold-headed cane presented,
of him, 455, 6.
study of the Holy Scriptures, 254, et
and list of their places of worship, 468.
Duc de Blacas D'Aulps, &c. par M.,
the present work, 124 ; the collection the text, 556 ; strictures on the ver-
550, et seq.
Dessalines crowned emperor of Hayti,
it, 171 ; the language of the motto
not to be understood literally, 172 ;
our Saviour spoke literal truth, 173;
his reasons examined, ib. el seq. ; case
of the church at Jerusalem, 174 ; on
rences lo be drawn from them, 380, 1. conduct of our Saviour, 177.
Digestion and diet, Thackrah's lectures
Dissenters, Protestant, Beldam's sum-
them, 521, et seq.
seq. ; progress of pastoral poetry, 33, et seq.
Donnegan's new Greek and Euglish lexi.
tical, 553, et seq. ; remarks on the Douglas's advancement of society in