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THE Editor, in delivering to the Public the third volume of the Annual Review, begs to avail himself of the customary indulgence of making a few prefatory observations. He trusts that the literary merit of the present is not inferior to that of the two former volumes, and that as a work of rational entertainment it may obtain that approbation which has been so liberally bestowed on his past labours.
Among the best friends of this undertaking, are to be ranked those who have favoured the Editor with their opinions on the errors which have here and there insinuated themselves into the two first volumes. Criticisin is a noble art, and ought to be worthily exercised: the materials upon which it is employed, are those productions of human intellect which peculiarly distinguish highly cultivated societies; and when the powerful influence that is exercised by professional crities on the public taste is considered, no man whose mind is not callous to sentiments of equity and honour, can avoid being strongly impressed by the obligations which he thus voluntarily undertakes. We believe, in most instances where we have expressed our dissatisfaction, that the arguments and specimens which are adduced, will be found by adequate and impartial judges to justify the matter of our remarks; and if in any case the language in which they have been conveyed may be thought to have betrayed a blamable impatience of temper, we trust that the present volume, though expressing with freedom our sentiments on the books that have come under our
late suspension of the printing business, owing to the secession of the journeymen, has frustrated the Editor's intention of publishing as early as he had intended. Since, however, notwithstanding a long interruption, the present volume is offered to the public at the same period as the last was, he still flatters himself with the hope of being able, for the future, to finish his labours by the end of March.
With the Prices of the various Works in Boards, unless otherwise
expresscd, and the Publishers' Names.
i l'olney's View of the United States, 8vo. 12s. Johnson
2 Terkey's Vorage to New South Wales, 8vo. 5s. Longman and Co.
3 Journal of Ellicot on the Ohio, &c. 410. II. Ils. Od. Johnson
4 Jackan's Excursion in France, 8vo. Os. Longman and Co.
5 Barrow's Travels in Southern Africa, tto. vol. 2, 1). 15s. Cadell and Davies
6 Percival's Account of the Cape of Good Hope, 4to. Il. Ballwins
7 Grant's Voyage to New Souih Wales, 4to. Il. Is. Nicols
8 Adams's Letters on Silesia, 8vo. 8s. Budd
9 Mbinneu's Tour in the British West Indies, 8vo. 55. White
10 Holcrofi's Travels in Fra:ce, &c. 2 vols. 4to. 51. 5s. Phillips
11 Barrow's Travels in China, ito. 21. 12s. 6:1. Cadell and Davies
12 houzebue's Travels to Paris, 3 vols. 12mo. 135, 6d. Phillips
13 Yorke's Letters froin France, ? vols. 8vo. lös. Symonds
I Braugliton's Voyage of Discovery, 4to. il. 5s. Cadell and Davies
1 White's Versio Syriaca, 2 vols. tto. Payne and Mackinlay
2 Fellowes's Guide to Immortality, 3 rols. 8vo. 11. 4s. White
3 Dodson's Memoirs of Farmer, sro. 3s. Longman and Co.
4 Tomlinson's new Translation of the Scriptures, 8vo. Os. Baypes
5 Antidote to lotidelity, 8vo. ts. Hatchard
6 Arthur's Discourses, 8vo. 8s. Longman and Co.
7 less on the New Testament, 8vo. 75. Rivingtons
* Duriam's Norrisian Prize Essay, ditto
9 Blackburne's Works, 7 vols. 8vo. 21. 12s. 6d. Mawman
10 Freylinghausen's Abstract of the Christian Religion, royal 8vo. 188. Harding 121
11 Lloyd's Christian Theology, 810. 88. Harchard
1. Huntingforl's (Bishop of Gloucester) Thoughts on the Trinity, 8vo. 3s. Cadell
13 Burgess's (Bishop of St. David's) first Principles of Christian Knowledge, 12mo.
is. Gl. Rivington
14 Pott's Considerauons of the Covenant, Svo. 3s. ditto
15 Faber on the Calvinistic Controversy, Is. 6d. Rivington
16 Witsius » Economy of the Covenanis, o vols. 8vo. Baynes
17 Scarle's Hora Solitárize, 2 vols. 8vo. 16s. Longman and Co.
18 Drummond's (late Archbishop of York) Sermons, 8vo. Os. ditto
19 Martin's Sermons, 8vo. 7s. Od. Longman and Co.
20 Lavard's Sermons, 8vo. 125. Rivingtons
21 Harper's Practical Discourses, 8vo. vol. 2, 7s. Robinson
32 Bowden's Sermons, Svo. 7s. Oxl. Longman and Co.
23 Grose's Sermons, 8vo. vol. 2, 8s. Blacks and Party,
24 Cooper's Sermons, 8vo. 5s. Cadell and Davies
5 Rogers on the Liturgy, 2 vols. 8vo. 125. Longman and Co.
Gisborne's Sermons, vol. 9, 8vo. 8s. ('adell and Davies
57 Claplan's Sermons, vol, 2, 8vo. 10s, Longman and Co.
28 lanburali's Sermons, 8vo. 55. Cadell and Davies
29 Inter's Sermons, ? vols. Sro. 185. Murray
80 Zollikofer's Sermons on Evils, 2 vols. 8vo. 1l. Is. Longman and Co.
51 Daubener's Trial of the Spirits, 8vo. 25. Hatchard
3. Classe's last Serinon, Is. Rivington
S3 Ilarner's Fast Sermon, 1s. llawman
34 Letter to l'arner, Is. Robinson
3.; Letter to l'alconer, 8vo. Is. ditto
Bij Evans's Fast Sermon), Is. Ou.
37 Belshun's Sermon on the Death of Dr. Pricsilcy, 25. Johnson
38 Disney's ditto, 15. ditto
39 Edwards's disto, 1s. 6d. ditto
40 Toulmin's ditto, Is. Od. dirto
41 Wood's ditto, Is. ditto
42 Watson's (Bishop of Llandaff) Sermon before the Society for guppressing
Vice, is. Od. Cadell and Davies
43 Skinner's Visitation Sermon, Is. Rivington
41 Corrie's Sermon, Is. Johnson
45 Kentish's Sermon on Education, Is. ditto
on the Death of Kenrick, Is. ditto
47 Doldridge's Lectures on Preaching, 2s. Od. Ogle
48 Toulmin's Addresses to Young Men, 12mo. 3s. Jolinson
49 Grant's Manual of Religious Knowledge, 2s. Hatchard
50 Fashionable World displayed, 2s. Od. ditto
51 Biddulph's Missionary Sermon, 1s. Williains
59 Priestley's History of the Christian Church, vol. 3 to 6, 11. 125. Johnson 144
53 Sarrative of Freits among the Irish Quakers, Svo. 59. 60. Johnson
54 Narrative of Proceedings against H. Barnard, &c. 8vo. 4s. dirto
55 Obscrvations concerning David Sand's
56 Address to the Societs of Frieres, os. Od. Rickman
57 Letter to Bevan concerning the Quakers, Glerdining
58 Daubeney's Guide to the Church, 8vo. 2 vols 175. Niringtons
59 Observations on Clerical Non-residence, 2s. Od. Robinson
60 Letter on Tvihes, 8vo.
01 Innes's Reasons for separating from the Church of Scotland, 12.10.
CIIAPTER III.-IIistory and Politics.
1 Account of the Fall of the l'esetian Republic, evo, 5s. Ilatcharu
2 Card's Outlines of the Papal Power, sro.zs. 64 Longman and Co.
3 Maurice's Modern History of Ilindostan, tto. vol.2, pt. 1, 11. Is. White
4 Laurie's History of Free-inasourv, 8vo. 7s. Cd. Longman and Co.
5 Laing's History of Scotland, 4 vols. Hro. 11. 125. ditio
6 Official Notes relative to the Mahratta War, 4to. 155. Stockdale
7 Brief Remarks on the Mabratta War, is. Symonds
8 Johnes's Translation of Froissart, vol. 1, 410. 41. 49. While
9 lleriot's History of Canada, *ro. 129. Lovgman and Co.
10 Mayo's Universal History, 4 cols. 410. 51. 55. disto
uj Sir W. Young's History of Athens, 8vo. 10s. Nonnaville and Fell
12 Highniore's llistory of the Ariillery Company, 810. 12:. Od. White
13 Card s Revolutions of Russia, 2d edition, 8vo. 12s. Longman and Co.
14 Moleville's Refutation of Miss Williams, Cadell and Davies
15 Boisgelin's History of Malia, 2 vols. 410. 3). 134. Od. Phillips
16 Wilkinson's History of Malia, 1200. Os. Miller
17 Address from the Society for suppressing Vice, part I, 25. Hatchard
18 llatfield's Outlines of Patriotism, Ilarchard
19 llanger's Retlections on Inrasion, 2s. Od. Debrett
20 Thoughts on the National Defence, ?s. Od. Egerton
• 21 Ilonour or Infamy, by Publicola