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Stomach, and Morbid Affections of that. to Mr. Scott's new poem, the Lady of Organ ; with remarks on the use of the Lake. the Bile, in promoting Digestion. By A new edition of Bp. Earle's MicroGeorge M. D. Member of the cosmography, or a Piece of the World Royal College of Physicians, Phy- discovered, is now in the press ; to sician to the London Dispensary, &c, which an appendix will be added. This
Mr. Molineux, author of an Intro- curious volume was originally printed duction to Byrom's Short Hand, &c. is in 1628, and contains a ariety of alpreparing for the press a Select Or- lusions, illustrative of the manners of thographical Vocabulary; containing our ancestors. such words as have been frequently A new Edition of Ben Johnson's mis-spelt by various writers; those . Works, with additional notes and illuswords, of which the orthography is trations, by Mr. William Gifford, is in either uncertain or questionable; and $11ch words as are not of very com.
An Edition of Mr. Enderbie's Cammon application, and somewhat diffi- bria Triumphans, or Britain in its cult to spell correctly: it will also in- Perfect Lustre, is in the press, an exclude a numerous class of words not act reprint in folio, from the edition inserted in the latest editions of Dr. of 1661. Johnson's Dictionary.
A Translation of Humboldt's Account Travels and Adventures in Canada of New Spain, has been aónounced as and the Indian Territories, between the in the press and nearly ready for pubyears 1960 and 1766, by Alexander lication. Henry, Esq. may shortly be expected.
Mr. W. Muore of the Royal Military In the press, and speedily will be Academy, Woolwich, bas in a good state .published, a work which is described as of forwardness, a treatise on the Doc. containing a clear and full refutation trine of Fluxions, with its applicar of all Mr. Malthus's principles proving tion to all the most useful parts of from infallible documents, a decrease the trne theory of Gunnery, and other of population and shewing that the important matters in Military and alarming high price of grain for the Naval Science. The Fluxions will be last ten years has not been owing preceded by such parts of the science to a deficiency, but to the artful po- of Mechanics, as are necessary for licy and address of the land-owners; reading the work without referring to and that if this banefül system is other authors. And the whole will be persevered in, it must ultimately ruin so arranged, that any person modelhe population and commerce of the rately skilled in Algebra Geometry and country."
Trigonometry, and having a knowledge Preparing for publication, the present of the most common properties of the Picture of New South Wales, with four Conic Sections, may proceed to these Jarge coloured drawings, made on the enquiries with every degree of interest spot at Sydney, the seat of govern
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