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Exhibition Room, William Street, Dublin, on Saturday, April 18, 1807. 2s.
A Certain Way to save our Country, and make us a more happy and flourishing People than at any former Period of our History. ls.
Two Letters on the Subject of the Catholics, to my Brother, who lives in the Country. Is. Od.
Remarks on the Dangers which threaten the established Religion, and on the means of averting them, in a letter to the Right Honourable Spencer Perceval. By Edward Pearson. 3s.
An Address to the Roman Catholics of Great Britain and Ireland, occasioned by the present awful Appearance of public Affairs. By the Rev. W. Cockburn. Ts.
A Key to the recent Conduct of the Emperor of Russia. 2s. 6d.
Softly, Brave Yankees; or, the West Indies rendered independent of America, and Africa Civilized. 2s..
Britain, Independent of Commerce ; or Proofs deduced from an Investigation into the True Cause of the Wealth of Nations, that our Riches, Prosperity and Power, are derived from Resources Inherent in ourselves, and would not be Affected even though our Commerce were Annihilated. By W. Spence. 8vo.
A Reply to certain Observations of the Right Rev. Dr Milner, upon the Sequel to the Serious Examination of the Roman Catholic Claims, &c. By the Rev. Thomas Le Mesurier. .5s. Sewed.
The Substance of the Speech delivered by the Earl of Selkirk, in the House of Lords, Monday, August 10. 1807, on the Defence of the Country. Ts. 6d. boards.
All the Talents' Garland ; or, a few Rockets let off at a Celebrated Ministry: including Elijali's Mantle, The Uti Possidetis, and other Poems, by the same Author. By eminent Political Characters. Part II. 2s.
Cursory Remarks on the Propriety and Safety of Negotiating Peace with France. By a Freeholder of the County of Fife, Is.
THEOLOGY. The Romish Church; or a Historical and Critical View of some of the leading Doctrines of the Church of Rome, in a series of Discourses, preached at Bishopwearmouth, in the year 1806. By the Rev. George Stephenson. 8vo. Ss. boards.
Transactions of the Parisian Sanhedrim ; or, Acts of the Assembly of Israelitish Deputies of France and Italy, convoked at Paris by an Imperial Decree, dated May 20, 1806. Translated VOL. XI. NO. 21,
from the original, published by M. Diogene Tama, with a Preface and Notes. 8vo. 8s.
Thouglis on the Efects of the British Government on the State of India. Accompanied with Hints concerning the Means of conveying civil and religious Instructions to the Natives of that Country. By the Rev. William Tennant. 8vo. 7s.
A Portraiture of Methodism, being an impartial View of the Rise, Progress, Doctines, Discipline and Minners of the Wesleyın Methodists. In a Series of Letters, addressed to a Lady. By Joseph Nightingale. 8vo. 10s. 6d. boards. - A Letter to the Author of Remarks on a Charge delivered by the Bishop of Durham. By a Clergyman of the Diocese of Dur. ham. Is.
Two Surrons on Justification ; preached before the University of Cambridge. By the Rev. T. P. White. 2s. 6d.
Mistakes in Religion exposed, an Essay on the Prophecy of Zecharias. By the Rev. H. Vane. 12mo. 4s. boards.
Sermonson important Subjects. By Matthew Galt. 8vo. 6s. boards.
A Plea for Religion and the Sacred Writings, addressed to the Disciples of Thomas Paine, and wavering Christians of every Persuasion ; with an Appendix, containing the Author's Determination to have relinquished his Charge in the established Church, and the Reasons on which that Determination was founded. By the late Rev. David Simpson, A. M. Fourth Edition. 8vo. Ss. 12mo. 4s.
A Sermon, preached at the Temple, ard at Berkeley Chapel, upon the Conduct to be observed by the Established Church towards Catholics and other Dissenters. By the Rev. Sydney Smith. ls. • Extract of a Sermon preached at St Mary's, Lambeth, on the 28th of June 1807, on the Education of the Poor under an appropriate System, for the Benefit of the Boys' Charity of Lambeth. By the Rev. A. Bell. ls.
The Universal Church, an Essay on Nature. Is. 6d. . An Examination of the Passages contained in the Gospels, and
other Books of ihe New Testament, respecting the Person of - Jesus Christ. By James Smith. 35. sewed.
Sermons on different Subjects. By the Rev. John Howlett. Vol. 3. Svo. gs. boards.
. A Sermon, proached before the University of Oxford, at St Mary's, on Sunday, April 19. 1807. By Richard Lawrence. Is. od..
Concio apud Synodum Cantuarianum æde Paulina habita IX. Kal. Julii, 1897. A Bowyer Edwards Sparke. 18. 6d.
An Attempt to display the Original Evidences of Christianity in their Genuine Simplicity. By N. Nisbett. 8vo. 6s. boards. · The Etymological Organic Reasoner, with 'one Sheet of the Gothic Gospel of St Mathew, and another of the Saxon Durham Book, in Roman Characters, and a literal English Lesson. By Samuel Henshall. No. 1. 2s.
Four Missionary Sermons, preached at the late Anniversary in May. By the Rev. Messrs Newton, Jack, Grifin and Draper ; with the Report of the Directors, and a List of the Subscribers, &c. 2s. 6d.
A Compendium of some of the most important Particulars in Natural and Revealed Religion, written chiefly for the Middle and Lower Classes. By Dr Watson.
Patrick's Places, a Treatise on the Law and the Gospel. By Patrick Hamilton, the first Scotch Reformer. 8vo. 6d.
Aged Father's Address to his numerous Family. 8vo. Is. Voyages and Travels of a Bible. By J. Campbell. 2s. bound. Mead's almost Christian. 28th edition. 2s. bound. Isaiah. Part I. & II. (To be completed in Five.) 25. each. Sermons, on different Subjects. By the Rev. John Howlett. 3 vol. 8vo. 9s. boards.
A Sermon, on the Translation of the Scriptures into the Oriental Languages, preached before the University of Cambridge, May 10. 1807. By the Rev. Francis Wrangham. 3s. 6d.
A Sermon, delivered before the General Baptist Assembly, at their General Meeting in London, May 19. 1807. By A. Bennett. ls.
Lectures on the last four Books of the Pentateuch, designed to show the Divine Origin of the Jewish Religion, chiefly from internal Evidence. In three Parts. Delivered in the Chapel of Trinity College, Dublin, at the Lecture established by the Provost and senior Fellows, under the Will of Mrs Anne Donellan. By the Rev. Richard Graves. 2 vol. 8vo. 16s. boards.
A Charge, delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Gloucester, at the Annual Visitation of that Diocese, in the year 1807. By George Isaac Huntingford, Bishop of Gloucester. Svo. Is.
A Sermon, preached at the Second General Visitation of the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Rochester, holden at Tunbridge in Kent. By the Rev. Philip Monypenny. 18.
A Sermon, preached at the Visitation of the Rev. the Archdeacon of Berkshire, July 1, 1807. By the Rev. Arthur Onslow. 1s.
À Sermon, preached at St Peter's Church, Carmarthen, on Thursday, July 3, 1806, before the Society for promoting Christian Knowledge and Church Union, in the Diocese of St David's. By the Rev. Charles Pigott Pritchett. To which is added, an Account of the Society.ols.
A Sermon, preached August the 20th, 1807, at Croydon, Surrey. By John Ireland. Is.
A Compendium of some of the most Important Particulars of Natural and Revealed Religion, written chiefly for the Improvement of the Middling and Lower Orders of Society. By D. Watson. 1s. 6d.
The Way to Heaven Delineated, or a Discourse upon that Plan of Salvation which is exhibited in the Gospel through Jesus Christ.' By Samuel Moore. 2s.
The Danger of Philosophy to the Faith and Order of the Churches of Christ. An Essay. By Mr James Allen. Is. 6d.
A Body of Theology, principally Practical, in a Series of Lectures, with a copious Index. By Robert Fellows. 2 vol. 8vo. 18s. boards.
TOPOGRAPHY. The Origin and Description of Bagnor, and an Account of some adjacent Villages, &c. &c. with a View. By J. B. Davis. 5s. boards.
An Historical and Descriptive Account of the Town of Lancaster, with Plates. 55. 8vo. bound,
TRAVELS. The British Tourist ; or Traveller's Companion, through England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland, including accurate Descriptions of every Part of the United Kingdom; and comprehending the most celebrated Modern Tours, through every part of the British Islands, particularly those of Pennant, Twiss, Wyndham, Johnson, Hutchinson, Bray, Sullivan, Young, Shaw, Newte, Hassell, Moritz, Robertson, Skrine, Grant, Holmes, St Fond, Barber, Bingley, Carr, &c. With several recent Tours, communicated to the Editor by Intelligent Friends. Illustrated with Maps. By William Mavor, LL. D. 6 vol. royal 18mo. 11. 11s. 6d. boards.
A Journey from Madras, through the Countries of the Mysore, Canara, and Malabar ; performed under the Orders of Marquis Wellesley, Governor General of India, for the express Purpose of Investigating the State of Agriculture, Arts, -and Commerce ; the Religion, Manners, &c. &c. &c. in the Dominions of the Rajah of Mysore, and the Countries acquired by the Honourable East India Company, in the late and former Wars, from Tippoo Sultaun. By Francis Buchanan. 3 vol. 4to. 61. 6s. boards. Fine, ul. Os. bound. .
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Laun's Schloss Riesenstein. 2 vol. 12s.
Nouvelle Grande Carte de l'Allemagne & des Etats qui l'avoie sinent; in a case.
Nadir Amida, König von Persien, von Siegfried.
No. XXII. will be published in January 1808.
D. WILLISON, PRINTER, EDINBURGH..