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New Publications in September.

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MEDICINE.
Observations on Pregnancy, and the Diseases

of Children, by 7. Clough, is. Ogilvy & Co. NEW PUBLICATIONS.

The Creole, or the haunted Island, by Sum. [It is believed that the following list may be re

Lane. ferred to reth confidence; bur i har it may ala Arnold, jun. 3 vols. 108. 6d.

The Knights of th: Swan, or the Court of ways be perfeally corre&t and complete, Aushors and Publishers are requested to transmit Charlemagne, a Romance, by the Countess of

Geniis, 2 vols 8s. Vernon a d Hood. notices f all now works as foon as published.]

The Mystery of the Black Tower, by John Palmer, jun. 2 vols.

Lane, COMMERCE, &c. &c. CONSIDERATIONS on the Attempt of the

The Alps, a moral and descriptive Peom, East India Company to become Manufac

from the German of Haller, Is. Parsons. turers in Great Britain. 25. Sewell & Debrett,

A select Colle&tion of Epigrams, many of

them Original, by Thomas Clio Richman, in a A Sermon preached to the Jews, at Zion small pocket Volume, zs. bds 3s elegant. chapel, by Mr. Cooper, id. & is.

Thompson

Rickman Upper Marybone Street, The Sacred Monitor, or Sponsor's Present; containing the Lord's Prayer, the Creed, and

The Parliamentary Register for the last Sefthe Ten Commandments, hierogliphically dif- fion, 3 vols. Svo, half bd. 11. 158 Debrett. played on a large sheet, 6d. plain, is. coloured.

A Retrospect, illaftrating the Necessity of an Lee, 68, Hatton-garden. immediate l'eace with the Republic of France,

Crosby. An Account of the Campaign in the West

An Appeal to Popular Opinion againit Indies in 1794, under Grey and Jarvis, with Kidnapping and Murder; including a N. irrative engravings, by the Rev. Cooper Williams, late

of the late atrocious proceedings at Yarmouth; Chaplain of the Boyne.

Nicotl

. with the Statements, Hand-bills, &c. pro. and A Differtation concerning the War of Troy

con. by John Thelwall.

Jordan. and the Expedition of the Grecians as described

Letters to Thomas Paine, in Reply to his by Homar, shewing that no such Expedition Decline and Fall of the English System of was never undertaken, and that no such City as

Finance, by Daniel Wakefield, 1s. Rivington, l'hrygia existed, by Jacob Bryant, 4to. 75. 6d.

Two Letters, addrested to a British Mer. fewed.

Payne. chant a short time before the meeting of the The Life of Lorenza de Medici, called the New Parliament in 1796. is. 6d. Longman. Magnificent, by William Rojice, second edi

An Examination of Mr. Paine's Decline and tion, corrected, 2 vols. 4tu. bds. 21. 2s. Cadell. fall of the English Syitem of Finance, in a LetA Curiory View of the Transactions of the

ter to a Friend, by Joseph Smith, Barrister at 13th Vendemaire, (Oct. 5, 1795.) and their Law. is. 60.

Robinsons. effects, translated from the French. is. Longman.

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Sael. liams, Clerks, and Thomas Jokes, gent, for an assault and riot, at Shrewsbury, on the 26th The Art of Rigging, containing an alphaof July, by Gurney, 25 6d. Stockdale.

betical Explanation of the Terms and the most The Trial of John Sellers, Richard Foutner, minute Operations and the Method of Progresand Miss Elizabeth Jones, on the Charge of the sive Rigging, with engravings, 8vo. 10s 6d. Supposed Murder of Mr. T. Yates. Is. Barr.

Sreel.

Etudes de la Nature, par Jacques-Henri BluRemarks on Mr. Colinan's Preface, &c. nardin de Sainte Pierre, 2 tom. 16s. and 185. is.

Miller.
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Dilly.
A Defence of the Righe Rev. the Lord
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Polidori and Nardini. Thoughts on Outline, Sculpture, and the Sys Novelle Morali del Soave, 2 vols. in one, 18mo, ter that guided the Ancient Artists in com

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Favole di Luigi Grillo, in verse, 1 vol. 18mo. with some Remarks on the Practice of the

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Annuaire du Cultivateur, Paris, 1795, 12 me.

Robinson. A Letter to the Right Hon. John Lord Shef Costumes des Autorités Constituécs, Civiles, field, on the Publication of the Memoirs and

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Literary Noticesi

651 Discours Analytique, sur la Coherence im Dr. Buchan, the well know author perturbable de l'unité du principe des trois pre- of the Domestic Medicine, is about to mières part. integrantes de la Theorie Musicale. publish a second volume of that work.Enrichi" de cing tables formulaires. A Mr. He also announces an intended work, on Trickler, 4to. Dresde. 45.

the Offices and Duties of a Mother. Differtations sur la Fortification permanantie

Mr. BENJAMIN DONNE, of Bristol, des Bombes, avec un plan d'instruction pour lately appointed master of mechanics to les Oficiers. Par M. Henneri, Profess. Mathematique, gr. 8vo. Utrecht, 4s.

the king, is preparing

for publication, an Ebendaffelbe, duick papier, 12mo. geheflet, Essay on Mechanical Geometry, with an 21. Jader Band kortet.

apparatus, which promises to render the Garve, Versuche des verschiedene gegen- acquisition of that science easy and enftande aus der Moral, der Litteratur mid den tertaining. The apparatus will consist gesellschaftlichen Leben, 2 theile, 12mo. of fifty schemes and models, in card, fchreib papier. Breslju, 12s.

paper, wood, and metal. Vermischte Aufsatze, welche im A volume of Imitations, from the Per. zeln oder in Zeitschrifen erschienen find. 12mo. fian of Achmed Ardebeili, by Mr. schrieb papier. Breslau, 6s.

CHARLES Fox, of Bristol, is nearly Sammlung erbauliche Gedichte. Gesammelt

completed. mid heraufgegehan von dem Verfasser der Bri

The Professors of the university of efe emes prensischen Augenzeugen uber den Feldzug des Herzogs von Braunschweig. mit Leyden, who have the management of Titelkupfer, gr. 8vo. Altona, 8s.

the Stolpian prize, have announced the

following question for the present year: LITERARY Notices.

What are the principal points in which

nations differ from one another; and MR: MARSHALL, to whom the nation what are the physical and

moral causes of is in great part indebted for the the difference of national character ? prevailing spirit of agricultural improve. Ought moral teachers to pay any attenment, is preparing for the press an Ac- tion, or in what degree, to this diffecount of the Rural Practices of the rence, in the precepts of morality they Southern Counties. These volumes will deliver to the people ?”—The essays must complete his propofed Register of the be written in latin or dutch, and sent, Rural Practices of England. New edi- according to the usual restrictions, before tions of his former volumes on Rural the first of July, 1797, to professor Nich. Practices of Yorkshire-of Gloucester- Paradys, secretary. The prize is a gold fhire-and of the Midland Counties, are

medal of the value of 250 A. [221. 10.] now reprinting The Hurricane, a theosophical and adopted the following very simple claf

The French REPUBLIC has lately Western eclogue, with copious notes, by fification of terms exprelling WEIGHTS Mr. WILLIAM GILBERT, is in the Briftol press.

and MEASURES :-In measures of length

10 metres, are called decametre; 100, becMr. COTTLE, of Bristol, has in the press, a second edition of his Poems, con

tometre; 1000, kilometre; 10,000, myritaining John the Baptist, War, a Fras- called décare ; 100,

In land measure, 10 ares are bectare; 1000,

kilares ment, &c. with various additions. M. Bode, the astronomer of Berlin, city, they proceed in the same way, and

10,000, myriare. In measures of capahas announced his intention to publish a

form from the litre, decalitre, bectolitre, Grand Celestial Atlas, containing every kilolitre, and myrialitre. And in weights, modern discovery. It is to consist of from the term gramme, they form decatwenty sheets, three feet two inches, by

kilogramme, and two feet

two inches, and to be published gramme, bectogramme, in five parts, of which a part will be

myriagramme. completed annually. A Catalogue of the

N.B. The metre corresponds in EngStars will close the work.

lish measure to 3 feet, 3 inches, 1908 Dr. SAYER WALKER will speedily lines. The are to 10.000 square metres, publith a Treatise on the Diseases called or 10762 3.048 English square feet. The Nervous, with some remarks on the func- lire, in our Winchester measure, correstious of the Nervous Syitem.

ponds to 1°766 pints; or in wine meature Mr.BENJOIN, of Jesus College, Cam to 2.081 pints. The gramme, in our õridge, has in the press a Translation of Troy weight, is 2lbs. 8oz. 4dwts. 108grs. one of the Minor Prophets; with Notes and in our avoirdupoise is albs. 302. 65274 philological and explanatory.

drachm. MONTHLY MAG. No. VIII.

NEW

ametre.

NEW PATENT S.

It will form a REGULAR PART of our future plan to present the Public with an abridged Sketch of the specifications of all new Patents AS SOON AS THEY ARE ENROLLED. We bave no doubt but Patenipes will liberally contribute towards the perfection of our plan, by transmitting copies of their specifications; and we have no hesitation in afirting, that our plan itself is fraught equally with benefit to the Public and to the Patentees. Such of our readers as wish for more exact information, will doubtiefs have recorr fe to the offices of "Enrollment in Chancery-lane. CANAL Locks.

tain proportions of any two or more togeON the 2nd of August, the specifica- ther; so as to suit the particular manufac

tion of a patent was enrolled in the tures it may be adapted for. It is also Petty Bag Office, by JOHN LUKE, Efq. made of rock salt, mixed with a certain of Treviles, in the county of Cornwall, for proportion of any foreign or other alkali. a new mode of lifting, drawing, and con

The materials are pounded or ground veying loaded and light boats

out of one

into small pieces, and such kinds as are canal into another, instead of the present designed to make a pot-ath of a particular mode by means of locks. The invention quality, are mixed together. They are consists of an inclined plane, running from

then thrown into an oven, or furnace, of a the surface of the upper to that of the particular” and very simple construction, lower canal, with a system of machinery and there, by means of an extraordinary at the upper end of it, by which the boats degree of heat, are melted into fo liquid are drawn up and let down the plane. The a state as to run out with great ease at a machinery consists of a water-wheel, that channel made in a convenient part of the is turned by a stream let in upon it from the oven, or furnace, and there collected into upper canal, with other wheels connected pots. Either of the kinds, when cold, therewith, and with the rope that passes assume the appearance of foreign pot-ash, over a pulley, and connects with the car. and are used without farther process. riage in which the boat is placed : also of a The fuperior property of this invention loaded vessel, called a tun, which affifts is, that it separates, and disperses from all and regulates thc machinery, and which kinds of kelp, barilla, and rock salt, much moves up and down a corresponding and heterogeneous matter (particularly earth parallel plane, but in a direction opposite and common salt) and thereby renders the to that of the boat. In case of a scarcity alkali contained in these substances more of water, the principal axle of the ma pure. This must necessarily make a great chinery is supplied with a hand-turn, faving in the expences of alkali, and of which is of sufficient power to ansiver the labour in the application of it, in all manupurpose of the water-wheel. The con factures, where kelp and barilla are used trivances for lifting up and letting down in their rudc ftate, it being well known, the carriage of the boar from the water fur- that the earth, and other heterogeneous face of one canal to that of the other is matter, contained in these articles, prevent, fimple, and well calculated for the pur- in a very great degree, the operation of pose.

the alkali they contain. By this inven. BRITISH POT-ASH.

tion, also, kelp, barilla, and rock salt, MR. Robert HOAKESLY, of the city may be used in manufactures

, in which of Chester, merchant, has lately en

their former rude state entirely prevented rolled the specification of a patent for a

their use ; which he conceives will be method of making British poe-afh, for the

of great public utility. use of all kinds of manufactures, in which

BRIDGES. foreign pol-afh, or any alkali, is useful. Rowland BURDON, Esq. of Harley The pot-ath is made of the following ma- street, Cavendith-Square, and of Castle terials, viz. English, Scorch, Welch, or Eden, Durham, and M.P. for that counIrith kelp, foreign barilla, or falts ob- ty, has lately enrolled the specification of a tained from soap lcys by evaporation, or in patent for his invention of a certain mode thcir calcined state, commonly called black or manner of making, uniting, and ap, alhes, or of soap wastes. It may be made plying, cast-iron blocks, to be substituted of any of the above materials, mixed with in lieu of keystones in the construction of only a certain proportion of the salts ex- arches; the said cast-iron blocks being tracted from soap liys; or by mixing cere kept in their proper polition, and made to

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