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Death of Atilius Regulus, the Roman Consul, to be a Fable. 3. Several Letters of Pliny, translated into English. 4. A new Description of Epsom. 5. The Primitive Constitution of the Christian Church. 6. Some Memorials concerning the State of Affairs in England, in the Year 1711, and 1714. 7. Physick without Physicians. 8. Several Letters from and to Mr. Toland, with an Appendix, containing some curious Pieces found among his Papers.


I. A Review of a Discourse of the Visible and Invisible Church
of Christ, being a Reply to Mr. Sykes's Answer to that Discourse.
The ed Edition.

II. Twenty fix Sermous preached upon several Occasions, and a Paraphrase and Note upon the ift, 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th, 7th, 8th Chapters of St. John, with a Discourse of Church Unity, and Directions how in this divided State of Christendom to keep within the Unity of the Church, with the Sum of a Conference on Feb. 21. 1686. between the Author and Father Gooden, about the point of Transubstantiation. In two Volumes. By William Clagget, D. D. The 3d Edition.

III. That Important Case of Conscience practical resolved, wherein lies that exact Righteousness which is required between Man and Man. A Sermon preached at Cripplegate in the Year 1661. By John Tillotson, M. A. and then published by himself, but hitherto omitted in his Lordship's Works. Price i s.

IV. A Scholastical History of the Canon of the Holy Scripture, or the certain and indubitate Books thereof, as they are received in the Church of England; compiled by Dr. Cofin, D. of P. and Mr. of St. P. C. in the University of Cambridge, then fequeftred; and late Lord Bishop of Durham.

I. A short and compendious Method for the Learning to
Speak, Read, and Write the Spanish Language, in which each
Part of Speech is separately treated of after a new Method; and

a Syntax, such as hitherto has never been published in any Gram-
mar for the Modern Languages. Composed by Peter Peneda,
Teacher of the Spanish Tongue in London.

II. A new Method for the easy and speedy learning of the French Tongue, containing all that is necessary to attain the pronouncing, speaking, and writing thereof, By Michael Man Jard, D.D.

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E MOIRS of the Count de Forbin, Commodore

in the Navy of France, and Knight of the Order of St. Lewis.z containing his . Narrative of the Voyages he made to the East-Indies, &c. and of the great Honours paid to him at the Court of Siam, where he was preferr'd to be the King's High Admiral, Generalissimo of his Troops, and Governor of the Tower of Bancock. His particular Account of the Battle of La Hogue, and other Fights that he was engag?d in during 44 Years that he spent in the SeaService, and his secret History of the Chevalier de St. George's Expedition in the Year 1708, from Dunkirk to Scotland, in which he had the special Charge of the Chevalier's Person. Translated from the French. The Second Edition. Price 5s. 6d.


. 2. The History of the late Revolutions in Persia. Taken from the Memoirs of Father Krufinski, Procurator of the Jesuits at Ispaban, who lived twenty Years in that Country, was employ'd by the Bifhop of Ispahan in his Negotiations at the Persian Court, for the Emperor and the King of France, and was familiarly conversant with the greatest Men of all Parties. Done into English, from the Original just publish'd with the Royal Licence at Paris. By Father Du Cerceau, who has prefix'd a Map of Persia, and a short History of the Sophies; with curious Remarks on the Aca counts given by Tavernier, Sir John Chardin, and other Writers that have treated particularly of that Government and Country, &c. In Two Volumes. Price 7s.6d.

3. Tully's three Books of Offices, translated into English, with Notes explaining the Method and Meaning of the Author By Thomas Cackman, D, D. Master of University College in Oxford. The Fifth Edition. Price 35.

4. The Roman History of Caius Velleius Paterculus. In Two Books. Translated from the Oxford Edition, and collated with all the former ones of Note. To which is prefix'd, a Character of the Author and his Writings. Extracted from Monsieur Bayle and others. By T. Newcomb, M. A. Chaplain to his Grace the Duke of Richmond. Second Edition. Price 2 s. 6 d.

5. An Abridgement of Mr. Locke's Effay concerning Human Understanding. By the Right Rev. Dr. Fohre Wynne, Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells. The fourth Edition, corrected. Price 3 s.

6. A Journey through England, in familiar Letters, from a Gentleman here to his Friend abroad: Containing what is curious in the Counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Kent, Sussex, Surrey, Berkshire, Middlesex, London,



Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordhire, Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dor setshire, Devonshire, Oxford Dire, Worcesterfoire, Gloucestershire, Somersetshire, Shropshire, Cheshire, Lancashire, Staffordshire, Derbysbire, Leicestershire, Rutland and Huntington, Nottinghamshire, Northamptonshire, Torkshire, Durham, Northumberland, Cumberland, Wales, Cornwall, and the Isle of Man, &c. In Two Volumes. The fifth Edition, with large Additions.

Written by John Macky, Esq; late Master of the Packet-Boats.

7. A Journey through Scotland, in familiar Letters from a Gentleman here to his Friend abroad. Being the Third Volume, which compleats Great-Britain. The Second Edition. Price 5s.

8. A Journey through the Austrian Netherlands - Con taining the Modern History and Description of all the Provinces, iTowns, Castles, Palaces, Monasteries, Qc. of that fruitful, populous Country. With an Account of all the remarkable Battles and Sieges, taken from the most authentic Narratives. To which is prefix'd an Introduction, containing the ancient History of the whole seventeen Provinces. The Second Edition. Price 3 s. 6 d.

. 9. The Natural Obligations to believe the Principles of Religion and Divine Revelation. In fixteen Sermons preach'd in the Church of St. Mary le Bow, London, in the Year, 1717 and 1718, at the Lecture founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq; By the Right Rev. Dr. John Leng, late Lord Bishop of Norwich. The Second Edition. Price 5s. 6 d.

10. The pretended Difficulties in natural or revealed Religion, no Excuse for Infidelity. In fixteen Sermons, preach'd in the Church of St. Mary le Bow, London, in the Years 1721 and 1722, at the Lecture founded by the Honourable' Robert Boyle, Esg; The Second Edition, To which is fubjoined, a Defence of the Christian Religion, from the Prophecies of the Old Testament. By Brampton Gurdon, A. M. Archdeacon of Sudbury. Price

11. Bishop Sherlock's Use and Intent of Prophecy in the feveral Ages of the World. In fix Discourses, delivered at the Temple-Church, in April and May, 1724. Published at the Desire of the Masters of the Bench of the two Hon. Societies. To which are added, four Dissertations, viz. I. The Authority of the second Epistle of St. Peter.

2. The Sense of the Antients before Christ, upon the Circumstances and Consequences of the Fall

. 3. The Blessings of Judah, Genesis the 49th. 4. Christ's Entry into Jerusalem. The Third Edition. Price 4s. 6d.

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