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Illustrious Biography; containing the Lives and Characters of the principal Personages, delineated by Dr Robertson, in his Histories of Scotland, America, and Charles V. 2 vol. 12mo. 7s.
An Essay on the earlier Part of the Life of Swift. By the Rev. John Barrett, of Trinity College, Dublin.
Memoirs of Frederick and Margaret Klopstock. Translated from the German. 8vo. 6s.
Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the late Reverend William Wood, F. L. S. and Minister of the Protestant Dissenting Chapel at Mill-Hill in Leeds. To which are subjoined an Address, delivered at his Interment and a Sermon on Occasion of his Death preached 10th April 1808. By Charles Wellbeloved.
The Gentle Shepherd, a Pastoral Comedy by Allan Ramsay, with a new biographical Memoir of the Author, and characteristic Engravings, from original Designs by D. Allan. 4to. in boards, 12s.; Royal, with Plates coloured, 17. 4s.
Thoughts on the present Condition of the Stage, and on the E
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The School for Authors, a Comedy in Three Acts. By the late John Tobin Esq.
Man and Wife, or More Secrets than One; a Comedy, as just now performing at the Theatre- Royal, Drury-Lane.
An English Grammar, comprehending the Principles and Rules of the Language, illustrated by appropriate Exercises, and a Key to the Exercises. By Lindley Murray. In 2 vol. 8vo. Price one guinea in boards.
An Introduction to Mr Pinkerton's Abridgement of his Modern Geography for the Use of Schools; accompanied with twenty outline Maps, adapted to this Introduction, and suited to other Geographical Works, forming a complete Juvenile Atlas. By John Williams. 12mo. 8s. 6d. ; or, without the Maps, 4s. bound.
Exercises on the Globes. By William Butler. Fourth Edition. 12mo.
The Logographical Emblematical French Spelling-Book. By M. Lenoir. Third Edition. 8vo.
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Principles of Conveyancing; being a Digest of the Laws of England respecting real Property. By William Cruse, Esq. 6 vol. royal 8vo. 51. 2s. boards.
A Treatise on the Law of Tithes. Compiled in part from the Notes of Richard Wooddeson, D. C. L. By Samuel Toller, Esq. Royal 8vo. 10s. 6d.
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The Trial of Charles Angus, Esq. merchant, of Liverpool, at the Lancaster Assizes, for the wilful Murder of Miss Margaret Burns. By W. Jones, jun.
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A Treatise on the Law of Insurance, in Four Books. By Samuel Marshall. The Second Edition, with Corrections and Additions. 2 vol. Royal 8vo. 17. 10s.
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Phrodisia, or Observations on the Means of promoting Conjugal Happiness, with an Account of the Cestus of Health and Vigour; invented by the Physician to the late Mahommed Ali Kawn, Nabob of the Carnatic.
The Lady's Toilet, containing a Critical Examination of the Nature of Beauty, of the Causes by which it is impaired, and Instructions for preserving it to advanced Age; Directions for Dressing with Taste and Elegance, and Receipts for all the best and most harmless Cosmetics proper for a Lady's use. Royal 18mo. 9s. A detailed Statement of the Losses of the several Performers of Covent Garden Theatre in the late Fire. To which is added, the Examination before the Magistrates relative to its Origin; with the Charge of the Coroner to the Jury. 2s.
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A List of all the Duties payable after October 10, 1808, under the Management of the Stamp Commissioners in Great Britain. 1s. 6d.
A General View of the Coal Trade of Scotland, chiefly that of the River Forth and Mid Lothian, as connected with the supplying of Edinburgh and the North of Scotland with Fuel, &c. By Robert Bald. 5s.
Elizabeth ; or, the Exiles of Siberia, from the French of Mad. Cottin. 2s. 6d.
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Strictures on Two Critiques in the Edinburgh Review, on the Subject of Methodism and Missions, with Remarks on the Influence of Reviews in general, on Morals and Happiness. By John Styles, Svo. 3s. 6d.
The candid Appeal to the British Publie of John Buffa, M. D. late Physician to the Army Depot, Isle of Wight. 2s. 6d.
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A Grammar of the Sanskrita Language. By Charles Wilkins, LL.D. F. R. S. 4. 4s. boards.
A Letter to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of London, containing a Statement of the disgraceful and immoral Scenes which are every Evening exhibited in the public Streets by Crowds of halfnaked and unfortunate Prostitutes. 1's.
The Defence of Outposts. Translated from the French. 1's. An Exposition of the Conduct of Mr Cobbett, taken from the Satirist. 6d.
Evening Amusements for the year 1809, being the Sixth of the Series of Annual Volumes for the Improvement of Students in Astronomy. By W. Frend Esq. 3s.
Letters from the late Dr Warburton, Bishop of Gloucester, to the late Dr Hurd, Bishop of Worcester, from the Year 1749 to 1776. 4to.
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An Essay on the Commercial Habits of the Jews. 35.
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