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Sept. 1817.

THE

FOLLOWING WORKS

HAVE BEEN

Published in the Course of July and August,

BY LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN,

LONDON

LALLA ROOKH, AN ORIENTAL ROMANCE. By THOMAS MOORE, Esq. 4th Edition, in 8vo. Price 148.

Also just published, in 8vo. Price 12s. ILLUSTRATIONS of the POEM, engraved by Charles Heath, from Paintings by R. Westall, R. A.

A few Proofs, in 4to. may be had, Price £1. 58. and the Poem, 21. 2s. Boards.

THE CIVIL ARCHITECTURE OF VITRUVIUS; Comprising those Books of the Author which relate to the Public and

Private Edifices of the Ancients.

Part II.--which completes the Work. Translated by WILLIAM WILKINS, Jun. M. A. F. A. S. Fellow of Gonvil and Caius College, Cambridge, Member of the Society of Dilettanti,

and Author of Antiquities of Magna Græcia, Illustrated by 27 Engravings, executed by W. LOWRY.

Elephant 4to. 31. 38. and Royal Folio, 61. 68. Also may be had, Part I. Price 31. 38. in 4to.; or 61. 6s. Royal Folio.

HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF THE SOUTH OF INDIA.

IN AN ATTEMPT TO TRACE THE HISTORY OF MYSORE. From the Origin of the Hindoo Government of that State, to the Extinction of the Mahommedan Dynasty in 1799; founded chiefly on Indian Authorities, collected by the Author while officiating for several Years as Political Resident at the Court of Mysore.

By COLONEL MARK WILKS. Vol. 2 and 3, in 4to. Price 41. 4s. Bds. which completes the Work. Also may be had, A few Copies of the Work, complete in 3 Vols. Price 71.

Half-bound, Russia Backs, and lettered.

2 Works published in the Course of July and August BY LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN, LONDON.

HISTORY OF BRAZIL,

By ROBERT SOUTHEY, Esq.
Poet Laureate, Member of the Royal Spanish Academy.
In 4to. with a Map, Price 21. 10s. Boards, Volume II.

Also, the First Vol. of the above Work, Price 21. 2s. “ We have no hesitation in saying, that we like him (Mr. Southey) much better as an Historian than as a Poet.”-Monthly Review.

The concluding Volume is in the Press.

THE BYRTH, LYF, AND ACTES OF KING ARTHUR; Of his noble Knyghtes of the Rounde Table, theyr marueyllous Enquestes and Adventures, thach yeuying of the Sanc Greal ; and in the End, le Morte D'Arthur, with the dolourous Deth and departyng out of this Worlde of them al. Reprinted from Caxton's Edition of 1485, in Possession of Earl Spencer.

With an Introduction and Notes, by ROBERT SOUTHEY, Esq. In 2 Vols. 4to. Price 81. 8s. and on Royal Paper, Price 121. 12s. Boards.

THE EDINBURGH ANNUAL REGISTER FOR 1815. Handsomely printed in One thick Volume Octavo, double Columns,

Price 11. ls. Boards, * This Volume will be found to include that memorable series of military and political events, which terminated with the Battle of Waterloo, and the final Downfal of Bonaparte's Dominion. Thic narrative is written by the highly eminent individual who contributed the same department of this Work for the year 1814, and who has possessed peculiar opportunities of intercourse with the most illustrious amongst those who directed the movement of the grand political machine.

Also may be had, the First 8 Volumes, Price 81. 2s. Boards.

BORDER ANTIQUITIES OF ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND; Comprising Specimens of Architecture and Sculpture, and other Vestiges of former Ages. Accompanied by Descriptions. Together with Illustrations of remarkable Incidents in Border History and Tradition.

By WALTER SCOTT, Esq. Parts 16 and 17 together, containing 6 Plates, and 250 Pages of Letter

press, in Medium Quarto, Price 11. ls. and Imperial Quarto, Price il. 128. or with Indian Paper Proofs of the Plates, 31. 38.

Also may be had, the Work complete in 2 handsome Volumes, containing nearly One Hundred Engravings of the most interesting Subjects of Antiquity still remaining in the " BORDERS.” Price 91. Medium 4to. ; 131. 138. Imperial 4to; or, with Indian Paper Proofs of the Plates, 271. Boards.

CONVERSATIONS ON POLITICAL ECONOMY; In which the Elements of that Science are familiarly explained.

By the Author of “ CONVERSATIONS on CAEMISTRY.The 2d Edition improved, in One large Volume, 12mo. 9s. Boards.

Works published in the Course of July and August S
BY LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN, LONDON.

CONVERSATIONS ON BOTANY,

WITH TWENTY ENGRAVINGS.
In One Volume 12mo. Price 78. 6d. plain, or 10s. 6d. coloured.
The object of this work is to enable young persons to acquire a know-
ledge of the vegetable productions of their native country; for this
purpose the arrangement of Linnæus is briefly explained, and a native
plant of each class (with a few exceptions) is examined, and illustrated by
an Engraving; and a short Account is added of some of the principal
foreign species.

SYSTEMATIC EDUCATION, OR ELEMENTARY

INSTRUCTION
In the various Departments of Literature and Science, with Practical

Rules for studying each Branch of Useful Knowledge.
By the Rev. W. SHEPHERD, the Rev. J. JOYCE, and the

Rev. LANT CARPENTER, LL. D.
In Two thick Vols. 8vo. (closely printed, and illustrated with Nine Plates,

by Lowry, &c.) The Second Edit. improved. Price 11. 11s. 6d. Bds.

The Authors of this work have had it in view to offer such Elementary
Instruction as may afford a good preparative for future reading, to point
out the best sources of farther information, and to compress within a
narrow Compass, a great fund of important knowledge, which could only
be obtained by the perusal of a multitude of Volumes.

AN INTRODUCTION TO ENTOMOLOGY:
Or, Elements of the Natural History of Insects. Illustrated by Coloured

Plates.
By WILLIAM KIRBY, M.A. F.L.S. and WILLIAM SPENCE, Esq. F.L.S.

Second Volume. "Price 188.
The present Volume contains--1. The interesting History of the Socie-
ties of Insects, including that of the White Ants, Ants, Wasps, Humble
Bees, and particularly of the Hive Bee.--II. The Means by which Insects
are defended from Injury, or the Attack of their Enemies.-—III. The
various Motions of Insects.-IV. Their Noises.-Y. Luminous Insects.
VI. The Hybernation of Insects; or their State during Winter.—And VII.
The Instinct of Insects.

Also, the Second Edition, enlarged and improved, of the First Volume
of the above Work. Price 18s.

An APPENDIX to the First Edition of Vol. I., comprising the addi-
tional Matter inserted in the Second Edition, Price 18. 6d.

AN ACCOUNT
Of the ORIGIN, PROGRESS, and actual STATE of the WAR carried on
between SPAIN and SPANISH AMERICA; containing the principal
Facts which have marked the Struggle in Mexico, New-Granada, Vene-
zuela, Chili, and the Provinces of Rio de la Plata.

By a SOUTH AMERICAN.

In One Vol. 8vo. Price 9s. Boards.
“ This I can firmly assert, that I have not written one word in the present work that
I cannot prove by authentic documents. Many of the facts I relate, I have myself been
the eye-witness of; and of others, I possess manuscripts, written by men of information
and honour who have witnessed them. I have likewise consulted all tbat has been pube
lished on the subject.”-Author's Preface.

4 Works published in the Course of July and August BY LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN, LONDON:

THE ANNUAL BIOGRAPHY AND OBITUARY,

WITH SILHOUETTE PORTRAITS.

In One Volume Octavo. Price 158. Boards. This Volume comprehends the Biography of all the principal Characters who died in 1815-1816, such as Dr. Cleaver, Lord Bishop of St. Asaph, Dr. Wm. Jackson, Lord Bishop of Oxford ; Duke of Norfolk; Dr. Vincent, Dean of Westminster; Dr. Lettsom ; Mr. Courtenay, M. P.; Dr. Duigenan; Lord Polkemmet; Earl of Warwick; Dr. Watson, Lord Bishop of Llandaff; Earl of Buckinghamshire, &c. &c. &c.

The Lives of Mr. Johnes, M. P. of Hafod; Earl of Stanhope; Dr. Adam Ferguson; Mr. George Hardinge ; Sir William Jones ; Mr. Whitbread; and Mr. Sheridan, in particular, are interspersed, and illustrated with a Variety of original Letters, Documents, and Anecdotes.

Under the Head of neglected Biography, is given a Variety of curious and genuine Anecdotes, of the Ex-Empress Josephine, and others. This Volume also contains an Analysis of recent Biographical Works, and a general Biographical List of Persons who died in 1916.

HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF DISCOVERIES AND

TRAVELS IN AFRICA,

FROM THE EARLIEST AGES TO THE PRESENT TIME.

By the late JOHN LEYDEN, M. D. Completed and enlarged; with Views of the present State of that Continent.

By HUGH MURRAY, F.R.S.E. Handsomely printed in Two Vols. 8vo. illustrated by Maps. 1178. Bds.

DRAMATIC TALES,
Illustrative of the Superstitions and Manners chiefly of the Lower Scotch.

By the Author of the “ POETIC MIRROR.”
In Two Volumes, foolscap Octavo, Price 148. Boards.

Also may be had,
The POETIC MIRROR, or the living Bards of Britain. The Second
Edition, in 12mo. Price 78. 6d. Boards.

THE WELSH MOUNTAINEER;

A NOVEL
BY CATHERINE HUTTON.
In Three Volumes, 12mo. Price 10s. 6d. Boards.

Also may be had, by the same Author,
The MISER MARRIED, in Three Volumes, 12mo. Price 158. Boards.

ON THE PRINCIPLES OF THE CHRISTIAN

RELIGION,
ADDRESSED TO HER DAUGHTER; AND ON THEOLOGY.

By Mrs. LUCY HUTCHINSON,
Author of the “ Memoirs of the Life of Col. Hutchinson, Governor of Nottingham Castle

and Town,” &c.
In 8vo. Price 10s. 6d. Boards,

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