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C. Baldwin, Printe!, Mew Bridge-street, London. CONTENTS


Ast. 1. The Book of Psalms, translated from the Hebrew; with

Notes explanatory and critical. By Samuel Horsley, LL.D.

F. R. S. F.A.S. late Lord Bishop of St. Asaph


11. The Character of Moses established for Veracity as an His-

torian, recording Events from the Creation to the Deluge.

By the Rev. Joseph Townsend, M. A. Rector of Pewsey,



III. The Excursion, being a Portion of the Recluse: a Poem.

By William Wordsworth


IV. The Physiognomical System of Drs. Gall and Spurzheim:

founded on an anatomical and physiological Examination

of the Nervous System in general, and of the Brain in par-

ticular; and indicating the Dispositions and Manifestations

of the Mind. By J. G. Spurzheim, M.D.


V. The Lord of the Isles. A Poem. By Walter Scott 87

VI, A brief Account of the Jesuits, with historical Proofs in

Support of it, tending to establish the Danger of the Re-

vival of that Order to the World at large, and to the United

Kingdom in particular


VII. Negotiations on the Slave Trade.

1. Papers, showing the present State of the Slave Trade,

presented to both Houses of Parliament by Comniand of

his Royal Highness the Prince Regent, April, 1815.

2. Abregé des Preuves données devant un Comité de la

Chambre des Communes de la Grande Bretagne en 1790

et : 791, en faveur de l'Abolition de la Traite de Nègres.

Traduit de l’Anglois par Jean de Carro, Docteur en Me-

decine des Universités d'Edinbourg et de Vienne


VIII. 'Travels in the Ionian Isles, Albania, Thessaly, Macedonia,

c. during the Years 1812 and 1813. By Henry Holland,

M.D. F.R. S. &c.


IX. Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind. By Du-

gald Stewart, Esq. F.R.S. Edinburgh; Honorary Mem-

ber of the Imperial Academy of Sciences at St. Peters-

burgh; Member of the Royal Academy of Berlin, and

of the American Philosophical Society, held at Phila-

delphia ; formerly Professor of Moral Philosophy in the

University of Edinburgh. Volume second


X. A Selection of Hebrew Melodies, ancient and modern,

with appropriate Symphonies and Accompaniments. By

J. Braham and J. Naihan. The Poetry written expressly

for the Work by the Right Hon. Lord Byron


XI. Present Situation of Europe.

1. Report of the State of France, made to Louis XVIII. in

Council by the Viscount Chateaubriand, Minister Plevipo.

tentiary of His Most Christian Majesty to the Court of

Sweden. To which is added, The Manifesto of the King,

addressed to the French Nation, as drawn op by Count

Lally Tollendal.

2. Exposé Comparatif de l'Etat Financier, Militaire, Politique,

et Moral, de la France, et des Principales Puissances de

l'Europe. Par M. Le Baron de Bignon, ci-devant Envoyé

Extraordinaire et Ministre Plénipotentaire de France à

Cassel, à Carlsruhe, et à Varsovie.

3. Official Communication made to the Russian Ambassador

at London on the 19th of January, 1815, explanatory of

the Views which His Majesty and the Emperor of Russia

fornied for the Deliverance and Security of Europe, pre-

sented to Parliament by Command of His Royal Highness

the Prince Regent.

4. Address to the Sovereigns of Europe, as to the Manner of

treating Napoleon Buonaparte. By Lewis Goldsmith



1. The Church in Danger: a Statement of the Cause, and of

the probable Means of averting that Danger, attempted in

a Letter to the Right Honourable Lord Liverpool. By the

Rev. Richard Yates, B.D. and F.R.S. Chaplain to his

Majesty's Royal College, Chelsea, Rector of Ashen, and

alternate Preacher to the Philanthropic Society.

2. A Practical Exposition of the Tendency and Proceedings

of the British and Foreign Bible Society, begun in a

Correspondence between the Rev. H. H. Norris and

J. W. Freshfield, Esq. relative to the Formation of an

Auxiliary Bible Society at Hackney; and completed in an

Appendix, containing an entire Series of the public Docu-

ments and private Papers which that Measure occasioned;

illustrated with Notes and Observations. Edited by the

Rev. H. H. Norris, M. A. Curate of St. John's Chapel,

Hackney, and Chaplain to the Earl of Shaftesbury. Second

Edition, with additional Notes.

3. A Review of Mr. Norris's Attack upon the British and

Foreign Bible Society. By the Rev. W. Dealtry, B.D.

F. R. S. Rector of Clapham, and late Fellow of Trinity

College, Cambridge.

4. A Letter to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Lin-

coln, on the Subject of the Attack made by his Lordship

upon the British and Foreign Bible Society, in his recent

Charge to his Clergy. By a Clerical Member of the


5. A Letter to the Right Reverend Lord Bishop of Glou-

cester, on the Subject of the British and Foreign Bible

Society. By Thomas Gisborne, M. A. - - 251

XIII. Roderick, the last of the Goths. By Robert Southey, Esq.

Poet Laureate, and Member of the Royal Spanish Academy. 287

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