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VALUABLE STANDARD WORKS,

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LONGMAN, REES, ORME, BROWN, & GREEN,

London.

1.
DR. LARDNER’s CABINET CYCLOPÆDIA, published in
Monthly Volumes, small 8vo. Price 6s.

Volumes published.
I. IV. HISTORY OF SCOTLAND, in ? Vols. By Sir Walter Scott, Bart.

II. HISTORY OF MARITIME AND INLAND Discovery, Vol. I.
III. DOMESTIC ECONOMY. By M. Donovan, Esq. Vol. I.
V. A TREATISE ON MECHANICS. I Vol. with Plates. By Capt. H. Kater, V.P.R.S.,
and the Rev. Dr. Lardner.

Volumes to be published.
May 1. LIVES OF EMINENT BRITISH LAWYERS. By H. Roscoe, Esq.
June 1. CitieS AND PRINCIPAL TOWNS OF THE WORLD, in 3 Vols. Vol. I.
July 1. HISTORY OF ENGLAND, in 3 Vols. By Sir J. Mackintosh. Vol. I.

2.
The HISTORY and ANTIQUITIES of the ABBEY and
CATHEDRAL CHURCH of BRISTOL; illustrated by 14 Engravings by Le Keux, &c. of
Views, Elevations, &c. of the Architecture of that Edifice; with Biographical Anecdotes
of Eminent Persons connected with the Establishment. By John Beitron, F.S.A.
M.R.S.L. &c. In medium 4to. ll. 45. hds., imperial 4to. 21. 2s., with proofs and etch-
ings, 41. 45. A Limited Number of Copies is printed in super-royal folio, with proofs,
price 41. 48., or with proofs and etchings, 81. 83,

3. TRAVELS in RUSSIA, and a Residence at St. Petersburgh and Odessa, in the Years 1827-8-9. By EDWARD MORTON, M.B., Member of the Royal Col. lege of Physicians. In 8vo. with plates.-Nearly ready.

4. RALEIGH and HIS TIMES. By Mrs. A. T. Thomson, Author of " Memoirs of Henry the Eighth.” In 1 vol. 880. with Portrait.-Nearly ready.

5. LITERARY RECOLLECTIONS. By the Rev. R. WARNER, F.A.S. &c. 2 vols. 8vo. price 26s, bds.

6. SIR ETHELBERT, or the Dissolution of Monasteries. By the Author of " Santo Sebastiano," &c. In three vols. 1200.-Nearly ready.

7. SELECT WORKS of the BRITISH POETS, from CHAU. CER to WITHERS. By ROBERT SOUTHEY, LL.D. Poet Laureate. I vol. 8vo. uniform with “ Aikin's Poets."- Nearly ready.

8. The BRITISH FLORA; containing a Description of the Flower. ing Plants and Ferns of the British Islands, arranged according to the Linnaan System. By WILLIAM JACKSON YOOKER, LL.D. F.R.A. and L.S. &c. &c. I vol. royal 12m0.Nearly ready.

The plan of the above work will be similar to that of the first part of Dr. Hooker's • Flora Scotica.” The Mosses, and the rest of the Cryptogamia, will form a distinct vo. lume, corresponding with the above, and with the “ English Flora” of the late Sir James Smith.

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