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[LONDON, APRIL, 1831.]
NEW EDITIONS OF VALUABLE STANDARD WORKS,
LONGMAN, REES, ORME, BROWN, AND GREEN,
Vol. I. By CAPT. MOYLE SHERER.
Revolution of 1830, in 2 vols. By T. B. MACAULEY, Esq. M.P.
By J. F. W. Herschel, Esq.
X. THE HISTORY OF THE NETHERLANDS, from the Earliest Times to the
Battle of Waterloo. I Vol. By T. C. Grattan, Esq.
V. MECHANICS. By Capt. H. Kater and Dr. Lardner.
To be published,
Porteus, Blomfield, Horue, Horsley, Mant; Drs. Paley, Shuttleworth; Rev. C. W.
Le Bas, and C. Benson.
Heber ; Archdeacon Pott; Rev. A. Alison, Sydney Smith, T. Renuell, T. Townson,
Vol. III. on the 2d of May, with a Portrait of Bishop Horsley.
07 DR. JAMES D. MORG 1.V
Modern Publications, and New Editions of Valuable Standard Works,
4. The HARMONICON, a Monthly Journal, devoted to the publication of Vocal and Instrumental Music ; and offering a medium for the union of Music and Literature, by means of Essays, Memoirs, and Criticisms on Musical Subjects; with Periodical Reports of the State of the Art, &c. Price 38.
Each Number will contain, with a variety of interesting articles, Si or Seven Pieces of Music, Vocal and Instrumental, English and Foreign, selected with care, and printed with a beauty and accuracy that may safely challenge competition.
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5. LOUDON'S HORTUS BRITANNICUS.—A Catalogue of all the Plants Indigenous,Cultivated in, or Introduced to Britain.-PART I. The Linnæan Arrangement, in which nearly 30,000 Species are enumerated: preceded by an Introduction.Part II. The Jussieuean Arrangement of nearly 4000 Genera; with an Introduction to the Natural System, and a Description of each Order.
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By the same Author, A SYNOPSIS of the BRITISH FLORA, arranged according to the Natural Orders; containing Vasculares, or Flowering Plants. 12mo. 10s. 6d. bds.
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