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ART. 1. 1. A Chronological History of the Voyages and Discoveries

in the South Sea or Pacific Ocean ; illustrated with

Charts and other Plates. By James Burney, Captain

in the Royal Navy.

2. An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands, in the

South Pacific Ocean, with an original Grammar and

Vocabulary of their language. Compiled and arranged

from the extensive Communications of Mr. William

Mariner, several years resident in those islands. By

John Martin, M.D.

3. Transactions of the Missionary Society - - - i

II. Dissertation prefixed to the Supplemental Volumes of

the Encyclopædia Britannica, exhibiting a General

View of the Progress of Metaphysical, Moral and

Political Philosophy in Europe, from the Revival of

Letters. By Dugald Stewart, F.R.S. &c. - - 39

III. The History of Java. By Thomas Stamford Raffles,

Esq. late Lieut.-Governor of that Island and its Depen-

dencies, F.R.S. and A.S. &c. - - - - - 72

Note relative to the conduct of the Dutch - - • 287

IV. Comic Dramas, in Three Acts. By Maria Edgeworth,

Author of 'Tales of Fashionable Life, &c. &c. - - 96

V. 1. Statements respecting the East India College, with an

Appeal to Facts, in refutation of the Charges lately

brought against it in the Court of Proprietors. By the

Rev. T. R. Malthus, Professor of History and Political

Economy in the East India College, Hertfordshire, and

late Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge.

2. Minute of the Marquis Wellesley, relative to the Col-

lege of Fort William, dated the 18th August, 1800 - 107
VI. The Round Table: a Collection of Essays on Litera-


Art. I. Historical Account of Discoveries and Travels in

Africa. By the late John Leyden, M.D.; enlarged

and completed to the present time, with Illustra-

tions of its Geography and Natural History, as well

as of the Moral and Social Condition of its Inha-

bitants. By Hugh Murray, Esq. F. R. S. E. - 331

II. The Personality and Office of the Christian Com-

forter asserted and explained, in a Course of Ser-

mons on John xvi. 7. preached before the Univer-

sity of Oxford in the year 1815, at the Lecture

founded by the late Rev. John Bampton, M. A.,

Canon of Salisbury. By Reginald Heber, M. A.,

Rector of Hodnet, Salop, and late Fellow of All

Souls College - - - - - 338

IIJ. 1. Geschichte Andreas Hofer.

2. Beiträge zur neucren Kriegsgeschichte von Fried-

rich Forster - - - - - 347

ly. An Essay on the Principle of Population; or, a View

of its past and present Effects on Human Happi-

ness; with an Inquiry into our prospect respecting

the future Removal or Mitigation of the Evils

which it occasions. By R. T. Malthus, A. M.,

late Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge, and

Professor of Political Economy in the East India

College, Hertfordshire - - - - 369

V. 1. Narrative of a Survey for the purpose of disco-

vering the Sources of the Ganges,

2. A Journey to Lake Manassawara in Undés, a Pro-

vince in Little Thibet. By William Moor-

croft, Esq.

3. On the Height of the Himilaya Mountains. By

H. T, Colebrooke, Esq. - - - 403

VJ. Les Théatres. Par un Amateur -

- 441

VII. A Series of Discourses on the Christian Revelation.

By T. Chalmers, D. D., one of the Ministers of

- - - - . 431


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