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A Treatise on the Law of Scotland, relative to the Erection, Union, and Disjunction of Parishes; the Patronages of Ecclesiastical Benefices; and the Manses and Glebes of the Parochial Clergy. By John Connell, Esq. Advocate. 8vo. 16s.

Decisions of the First and Second Divisions of the Court of Session, from November 1816 to November 1817. Collected by J. Wilson, G. Tait, R. Rollo, and M. A. Fletcher, Esqrs. Advocates. Folio, 18s.

An Essay on Abstracts of Title, to facilitate the Study and Application of the first Principles and General Rules of the Laws of Property. By Richard Preston, Esq. Barrister at Law. Part III. royal 8vo.


The Justice Law for the last Five Years, being Supplementary to the several Treatises on the Office and Duties of a Justice of the Peace, by Burn, Williams, and Dickenson, comprehending the Statutes and Cases relating thereto, to the conclusion of the Session of 57 Geo. III. with additional Precedents. By William Dickenson, Esq. Barrister at Law. 8vo. 1l. 5s.

A Treatise on the Poor Laws. By Thomas Peregrine Courtenay, Esq. M. P. 8vo. 5s.

Remarks on the Recent State Trials, and the Rise and Progress of Disaffection in the Country. To which are annexed, Letters to and from the Lord Bishop of Norwich, on the Tendency of his pub-. lic Opinions. By William Firth, Esq. Serjeant at Law. 8vo. 10s. 6d.

Considerations on the Origin, Progress, and present state of the English Bankrupt Laws, with reference to their existing defects, humbly submitted to the select committee of the House of Commons, appointed to consider of the Bankrupt Laws. 8vo. 10s. 6d. A Treatise on the Bankrupt Laws. By L. Coles. 8vo. 10s. 6d. The Law of Tithes. By J. Mirehouse. 8vo. 10s. 6d.

A Digest of the Laws respecting County Elections, from the issuing of the Writ to the return and manner of taking the Poll. By Samuel Heywood, Serjeant-at-law. Svo. 20s.

The Voter's Vade-Mecum, being an explanatory Abstract of Election Law. By J. Williams, Esq. 1s. 6d.

Reports of Cases in the High Court of Chancery, Part I. (to be continued.) By John Wilson, Esq. of the Temple. 8vo. 7s, MEDICINE, SURGERY, ANATOMY, &C. Edinburgh Medical Journal, No. LV. 3s.

A Memoir on the Congenital Club Feet of Children, and the Mode of correcting this Deformity. By Antonio Scarpa, Emeritus Professor and Director of the Medical Faculty of the Imperial and Royal University of Pavia, &c. With five original Engravings by Anderloni. Translated from the Italian. By J. H. Wishart, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, and one of the Surgeons of the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh.

Practical Observations on the Action of Morbid Sympathies; as included in the Pathology of certain Diseases: in a Series of Letters to his Son on his leaving the University of Edinburgh in 1809. By Andrew Wilson, M. D. Kelso. 98.

Practical Observations on Continued Fever, especially that form at present existing as an epidemic; with some Remarks on the most efficient Plans for its suppression. By Robert Graham, M.D. Glasgow. 8vo. 3s.

Statements relative to the present Prevalence of Epidemic Fever among the Poorer Classes of Glasgow, together with some Sugges tions both for affording more adequate assistance to the Sick, and for checking the further progress of the Contagion; in a Letter addressed to the Honourable the Lord Provost of Glasgow. By Richard Millar, M. D. 2s.

Modern Maladies and the Present State of Medicine: the Anniversary Oration delivered March 9, 1818, before the Medical Society of London. By D. Uwins, M. D. 2s.

Results of an Investigation respecting Epidemic and Pestilential Diseases, including Researches in the Levant. By Dr Maclean.

An Introductory Lecture delivered at the Royal Dispensary for the Diseases of the Ear, to a Course on the Anatomy, Physiology, and Diseases of that Organ. By John H. Curtis, Esq. 2s. 6d.

Practical Illustrations of the Scarlet Fever, Measles, Pulmonary Consumption, and Chronic Diseases, termed Nervous, Bilious, Stomachic, and the like. With Observations on the Efficacy of Sulphureous Waters in various Complaints. By John Armstrong, M.D. 8vo. 14s.

A Letter to the Commissioners for Transports and Sick and Wounded Seamen, on the Non-contagious Nature of Yellow Fever; containing Hints to Officers for the Prevention of this Disease among Seamen. By James Veitch, M. D. 8vo. 7s.

Facts and Observations on Liver Complaints, and those various and extensive derangements of the Constitution, arising from Hepatic Obstruction. The Third Edition, very considerably enlarged. By John Faithhorn, formerly Surgeon in the East India Company's Service.

A Practical Enquiry into the Causes of the Frequent Failure of the Operation of Depression, and of the Extraction of the Cataract, as usually performed; with a Description of a Series of new and improved Operations. By Sir Win. Adams. 8vo. 16s.

Observations on the casual and periodical Influence of particular States of the Atmosphere on Human Health and Diseases, particuJarly Insanity. Svo. 4s.-Appendix to the Observations. 2s.

Institutes of Health. By John Roberton, M. D. 38.

Surgical Observations; being a Quarterly Report of Cases in Surgery. By Charles Bell, Surgeon of the Middlesex Hospital. Vol. II. Part I. 8vo. 6s.

An Attempt to estimate the Power of Medicine in controlling Fever. By William Brown, M. D. 2s. 6d.

An Essay on the Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment of Inversio Uteri: with a History of the successful extirpation of that Organ during the Chronic stage of the Disease. By W. Newnham, Surgeon, Farnham. 8vo. 5s.

An Essay on the Medical Waters of Llandrinrod, in Radnorshire, South Wales. By R. Williams. 8vo. 5s..

Practical Observations on the Treatment of the Diseases of the Prostate Gland; illustrated with plates. By Sir E. Home. Vol. II. 8vo. 14s.

Observations on the Nature and Cure of Dropsies. To which is added, an Appendix, containing several Cases of Angina Pectoris, with Dissertations, &c. By John Blackall, M. D. 8vo. 10s. 6d. Report of the London Committee for curing the Diseases of the Eye. 8vo. 3s. 6d.

Armstrong on Typhus Fever. 8vo. 10s.

A Treatise on Tetanus and Hydrophobia. By J. Reid, Esq. 8vo. 7s. 6d.

General Views relating to the Stomach, its Fabric and Functions. By J. C. Speers, M. D. 8vo. 5s.

A Reply, by Sir William Adams, to a Pamphlet, by Dr Veitch, upon the subject of the Egyptian Ophthalmia, &c. &c. 8vo. 2s.

Observations, with Cases illustrative of the Sedative and Febrifuge Powers of Emetic Tartar. By William Balfour, M. D. 3s. 6d.


An Etymological Dictionary of the Scotish Language; in which the Words are explained in their different Senses; authorized by the Names of the Writers by whom they are used, or the Titles of the Works in which they occur, and deduced from their Originals. Abridged from the quarto Edition, by the Author John Jamieson, D.D. Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. 8vo. 14s.

The Angler's Vade Mecum, containing a descriptive Account of the Water Flies, their Seasons, and the kind of Weather that brings them most on the Water. The whole represented in 12 coloured plates: To which is added, a Description of the different Baits used in Angling, and where found. By W. Carroll. 12mo. 9s.

An Address to the Honourable Committee for the Relief of Distressed Seamen; containing the Outline of an effectual Plan for that purpose, pointing out Defects in the Payment of Seamen's Wages, and in the manner of taking Sea-apprentices. 2s. 6d.

Anti-Duello, or the Duell's Anatomie: A Treatise, in which is discussed the Lawfulness and Unlawfulness of single Combats: first printed in the year 1632, with a Preface by the Editor, and an Appendix, containing the case of Lord Rae and Mr Ramsey, and James Cluff. 8vo. 2s.

Adventures of a Post-Captain. By a Naval Officer, with Twentyfive Plates by Mr Williams. Royal 8vo. 17. 4s.

British Field Sports. By W. H. Scott; with many beautiful Engravings. Demy 8vo. 17. 18s.; royal 8vo 37. 3s.

Sketches of Curvilinear Hot-houses, with a Description of the various purposes in Horticultural and General Architecture, to which a solid Iron Sash Bar, lately invented, is applicable. By J. C. Loudon, F. L. S. &c. 2s.

A Review of the Domestic Fisheries of Great Britain and Ireland. By Robert Fraser Esq. 4to. 18s.

The Gardener's Companion, or Horticultural Calendar, edited from the original manuscripts of J. Abercrombie. By J. Mean, gardener to Sir Abr. Hume, Bart. 2s.

The Science of Horticulture, including a Practical System of the Management of Fruit-trees; arranged on demonstrative physiological principles. Illustrated by Sketches, in twelve Plates, with a Commentary on the Works of Bradley, Hitt, Miller, Forsyth, Knight, Kirwan, Sir Humphry Davy, and Mrs Ibbottson. By Joseph Hayward. 1 vol. 8vo. 12s.

The Political Mischiefs of Popery, or Arguments demonstrating that the Romish Religion ruins all those Countries wherein it is the established Religion. By a Person of Quality, a Native of France. 8vo. 2s. 6d.

Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London. Part VII. (and last) of vol. II. 15s. 6d.

Experimental Researches concerning the Philosophy of Permanent Colours, and the best means of producing them, by Dyeing, CalicoPrinting, &c. By Edward Bancroft, M. D. 2 vol. 8vo. 17. 16s.

La Prima Musa Clio, or the Divine Traveller; exhibiting a Series of Writings obtained in the Ecstasy of Magnetic Sleep. Translated from the Italian of C. A. de Valdiere. By Geo. Baldwin. 8vo. 1.1s, The Music, or Melody and Rythmus of Language. By James Chapman. Svo.

Epistolary Curiosities-Series the first, consisting of unpublished Letters of the seventeenth Century, illustrative of the Herbert Family; of the reigns of James I.-Charles I.-Charles II.-James II. -and William III. &c. &c. with Notes and an Appendix. Edited by Rebecca Warner, of Beech Cottage, Bath. Parts I. and II.

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The English and French, and French and English Cambist; or, Tables of Exchange, from one farthing to a million pounds sterling, and from one denier to a million livres. By John Henry Brohier, late Superintendant of the Toulouese Emigrants. In one portable volume. 8s. bound.

Observations on Banks for Savings, showing the Expediency of making the Principle on which they are founded applicable to Clerks in Public Offices, and all large Establishments of Mechanics, Labourers, &c. 1s. 6d.


Chess Exercises; intended as a Companion and Sequel to the Practical Chess Grammar. By H. S. Kenney. Foolsc. 8vo. North of England and Scotland in 1704. Foolsc. 8vo, 5s. A short Account of the Pindaries, preceded by Historical Notices of the different Mahratta States. By an Officer in the Service of the East India Company. 8vo. 7s. 6d.

Sketches of the Character, Conduct, and Treatment of the PriEoners of War at Auxonne, Longwy, &c. from 1810 to 1814, with

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A Reply to Mr Urquhart's Letters on Impressment, with an Exposition of the real Cause of the Difficulties which have arisen in procuring Men for the Navy in time of War, and an Explanation of the Circumstances which induced so many British Seamen to serve on board of American Vessels during the late War. By an Officer n the Navy. 3s.

A Selection of Facts from the best Authorities, arranged so as to form an Outline of the Geology of England and Wales. By William Phillips. 88.

An Essay on the Origin and Operation of the Dry Rot; to which are annexed, Suggestions for the Cultivation of Forest Trees, and an Abstract of the Forest Laws. By Robert M'William. 4to. 1. 1s.

Stereoplia, or the Practical Defence of the Horse's Foot considered. By Bracy Clark, F. L. S. with plates. 10s. 6d.

A System of Book-keeping, adapted solely for the Use of Savingbanks, with Tables: to which is now added a Supplement. By G. Booth. 5s.

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Gravity and Levity, in Prose and Verse. 7s.

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Human Life, with Variations, or the Chapter of Accidents. By Caroline Herbert. 12mo. 4s. 6d.

Historical Illustrations of the Fourth Canto of Childe Harold, containing Dissertations on the Ruins of Rome, and an Essay on Italian Literature. By John Hobhouse Esq. 8vo. 14s.

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Some Account of the recently discovered periodic annual System of the Weather of the British Islands, with Objections thereto, stated and answered.

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