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Art. X. SELECT LITERARY INFORMATION.
Gentlemen and Publishers who have works in the press, will oblige the Conductors of the Eclectic Review, by sending Information (post paid) of the subject, extent, and probable price of such works ; which they may depend upon being communicated to the Public, if consistent with its Plan,
Nearly ready for publication, The Memoirs of the Life, Character, and Diary of John Evelyn, Esq. printed Ministry, of the late Res, William from the original MSS. in the Library Goode, A.M. Rector of St. Anne's, at Wotton, embracing the greatest por Blackfriars, are preparing for publi. tion of the Life of ibe celebrated cation, by Charlus Bowdler, Esq. and Author of “The Sylva," a Discourse will be prefixed to a volume of his Dis. on Forest Trees, and other works of courses on the names and titles given 10 long established literary celebrity. This the Red emer. extremely carious and valuable journal A new Edition of Mr. Steven's 6 Incontains his observations and remarks quiry into the Abuses of the Chartered on men, manners, the politics, literature, Schools in Ireland : with Remarks on and science of his age, during bis the Education of the lower Classes in travels in France and Italy, his resi that Country,” is in the press, and will dence in England towards the latter be published in December. part of the Protectorate, and his con Lord Orford's Letters.clo the press, nexion with the Courts of Charles II. and speedily will be published, in one and the two subsequent reigns, inter. Vol. royal 4to. Letters from the Hon. spersed with a variety of novel and in llor. Walpole, to George Montagu, Esq. teresting Anecdotes of the most cele. from the year 1736 to 1770, now first brated Persons of that period. Added published from the Originals in the posto this, will be, original Private Letters session of the Editor. A very few cofrom Sir Edward Nicholas, (Secretary pies will be printed on Imperial Paper: of State to King Charles I.) during some such Gentlemen as are desirous of having important periods of that reign, with this size, are requested to transmit their the King's answers in his own hand Names to their respective Booksellers, writing, now first given to the world ; or to the Publisiers; and, to render also, selections from the Correspondence this Volume uniform with Lord Oriord's of John Evelyu, and punierous Letters former Works, an extra Title will be from Sir Edward Hyde (Lord Clarendon) printed. to Sir Edward Nicholas, and Richard Dr. Carey has nearly ready for the Brown, during the Exile of the British press, (on the plan of bis “ Claris Me Court. The whole highly illustrative trico-Virgiliana") a “Clavis Metricoof the events of those times, and af Nasoniana," calculated to accompany fording numerous new facts to the the future Editions of the Dauphin historian and politician. The work will Ovid. be comprized in Two Volumes, royal Dr. Carey bas likewise in forwardness, 4to, and will be embellished with au an “ Elocutory Edition of Thomson's thentic portraits, engraved by the best Seasons," with Metrical Notes to each artists, partly from the most exquisite line, to regulate the enunciation, as drawings of celebrated masters, now in in his “ Introduction to English Comthe possession of the Evelyn family, position and Elocution." comprising original portraits of John A work of imagination, entitled FranEvelyn, of Sir Richard Brown, of kenstein, or the Modern Prometheus, Mary, his daughter, wife of John in Three Vols, will be published toEvelyn, and of Sir Edward Nicholas, wards the close of the present month. views of Wotton House, one of which is In the press, in one volume 12mo. worked from an original etching by The Christian's Treasure, or a ComJohn Evelyn, and other interesting panion to the Christian's Inheritance, platese
(Clarke's Promises) being the Doc
trinal and Preceptive Parts of the old Tales of Wonder, of Hamour, and and New Testainent, appropriately ar of Sentiment, by Anna and Annabella ranged under süfferent heads.
Plumptre, in three duodecimo voEarly in December will be published, lumes, are nearly ready for publication. in One large Volume 12mo. The Jue Mr. Matcheli, of Norwich, is pre. venile Botanist's Companion, or Com paring a Topographical Dictionary of plete Guide to the Vegetable King dom. the County of Norfolk, to be comprised By Robert John Thoruton, M.D. in a large octavo volume, embellished
On the 1st of January, will be pub with maps and views. lished, No. 1, price 3s. to be con Mr. Munday, of Oxford, will soon tiuued monthly, of “the Poor Man's publislı, a new and improved Guide to Family Book."
the City of Oxford and its Vicinity. Lieutenant-Colonel Johnson is pre The Rev. D. W. Garrow, Rector of paring for publication, A Narrative of East Barnet, haz in the press, a History an Over-land Journey from India, per of the Town of Croydon, with its Hamlets formed in the course of the present and Manors. year, through the principal Cities of Capt. Basil Hall, of the Lyra, has a Persia, part of Armenia, Georgia, over work in the press, on the late Einbassy. the Caucasus into Russia, through the to China, which will relate chiefly to Territory inhabited by the Cossacks of the nautical surveys and discoveries, the Don, to Warsaw, and thence and be accompanied with charts. through Berlin to Hamburgh.—'The Original Létiers, from Richard Bax. Work will be accompanied with Engra ter, Matthew Prior, Lord Bolingbroke, vings illustrative of the more remark Alexander Pope, Dr. Cheyne, Dr. able Antiquities in those Countries, the Hartley, &c. with Biographical llius. Costume of the Iuhabitants, and other trations, edited by Rebecca Warner, interesting Subjects, from Drawings near Bath, will soon appear in an ocexecuted in the Course of the Journey. tavo volume.
Mr. Nichols will shortly publish, in A new Edition of Langdale's Topo. Two Vols. 8vo. The Life and Errors of graphical Dictionary of Yorkshire, with John Dunton, Citizen of London ; considerable additions, is in the press. with the Lives and Characters of more A new Edition of Barnabee's Journal, than 1000 contemporary divines, and with the Text restored from the earliest other persons of literary eminence. To impressions of the work, and a Bio., which are added, Dunton's Conversa graphical Account of the Author, will tion in Ireland; Selections from his soon appear. other gennine Works; and a faithful In the press, Sensibility, the Stranger, portrait of the Author.
and other Poems. By W. C. Harvey. Early in February will be published, C. Phillips, Esq. Barrister, has in A Translation of Tasso's Jerusalein De. the press, the Life of the Right Hon. livered, by the Rev. J. H. Hunt, A.M. John Philpot Curran, lale Mast'r of the Late Fellow of Trinity College, Cam Rolls in Ireland, in a quarto Volume, bridge.
with a portrait and vignette. In the press, and speedily will be Dr. Jarnes Johnson is preparing, in published, carefully revised, and con an octaro colame, an Essay on the siderably enlarged, a Second Edition of Prolongation of Life and Couservation Illustrations of the Divine Goveroment; of Health, translated froin the French tendiog to shew that every thing is of MM. Gilbert and Haile, with Notes. under the direction of infinite Wisdom John Broin, Esq. will soon publish, and Gooloess, and will terminate in Psyche, or the Soul, a Poem, ja tbe production of Universal Purity and five Cantos. Happiuess. . By 1. Southwood Smith, The Transactions of the Association M.D,
of the King and Queen's College of PhyA Narrative of Discoveries in Asia sicians in Ireland, Volume I. is printby Mr. Burkhart, who has been for ing in octavo. some years travelling in the countries Madame de Stael's new work on the south of Egypt, under the auspices of French Revolution,' is printing both in the African Association, is in the press. French and English, under the snperin
The Rev. Charles Clarke will soon tendance of Mr. William Schlegel, the publish a work describing the Hundred Iterary executor of the Baroness. The Wonders of the Modern World, and of Work will be comprised in three octavo the three Kingdoms of Nature,
volames, and will appear in London and kenzie, the second Edition, eorrected, at Paris on the same day.
and enlarged, of “ Memoirs of the Life In the press, and in a few days will and Writings of John Calvin." be published, A Sermon on Nonconfor The Rev. Daniel Tyerman, of Newmity, preached at White Row, London, port, Isle of Wight, has in the press, before the Monthly Meeting of Con a Voluine of Essays on the Wisdom of gregational Ministers, and printed at God, which may be expected to appear their request. By Mark Wilkis.
soon after Christmas. Preparing for the press, by Mr. Mac.
Art. XI. LIST OF WORKS RECENTLY PUBLISHED.
William Gordon Plees, Vicar of Cressing, The Sorrows of Britain, her sad fore
&c. 1s, 6d. bodings, and her only refuge: a Sermon
& Sermon (on the same occasion.) on occasion of the great national cala
By J. W. Cuuningham, A.M. Third
Edition. Is. 6d. mity of the Death of H. R. H. the Princess Charlotte Augusta. By John Pye
A Funeral Sermon, (on the same ocSmith, D.D. Second Edition. Is.
casion,) preached in the Parish Church The Death of Princes improved. (A · of Blunham, Beds. By the Rev. R. P, Discourse on the same occasion,) de
Beachcroft, M.A. Is. livered at the Independent Meeting, St,
Christian Watching recommended, Neot's. By Rev. T. Morell. 1s.
(on the same occasion,) Preached at the A Sermon preached at Salter's Hall,
Church of St. Mary le Strand, West(on the same occasion.) By Rev. H.
minster. By the Rev. George Richards, Lacey. Is.
A.M. Vicar of Bampton. Is. 6d. The Sun gone down while it was yet
A Serinon preached in the Parish day. Preached on the same occasion,
Church of Glankeen, (on the same ocat Baker-street, Enfield. By Rev. W. casion.) By the Hon. and Rev. Richard Brown, ls.
Boyle Bernard, A.M. Vicar of GlagThe Trophies of Death, (on the same
keen, in the Diocese of Cashel. ls. occasion.) By Andrew Reed. Is.
A Sermon, preached at St. George's A Sermon, (on the same occasion.) Church, Hanover-Square, (on the same By John Styles, D.D. 15. 6d.
occasion.) By the Rev. John Macauley, Joy turned into mourning, (on the LL.D. Chaplain to the Lord Bishop of same occasion.) By William Bengo Cola
Kildare, ls. Jyer, D.D. F.A.S. Pourth Edition. Is. 6d. A Course of Sermons, for the Lord's
National Mourning, and Devout Sub Day througbout the Year; from the mission. The Sun of Britain set. Two firsi Sunday in Advent, to the twentySermons, (on the same occasion.) By fifth Sunday after Trinity: including Jacob Snelgar. 1s. each.
Christmas Day, the first Day in Lent, The Vanity of Man in his best State. Good Friday, and Ascension Day. A Sermon preached at Hanover-Square, Adapted to, and taken chiefly from, the Newcastle, (on the same occasion.) By Service of the Day. By Joseph Holden William Turner. Is.
Pott, A. M. Archdeacon of London, The Nation in Tears. A Sermon, and Vicar of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. (on the same occasion,) preached at
Two Vols. 8vo. 11. 1s. Weston Green Chapel, Dear Claremont. A Charge delivered at the Primary By the Rev. James Churchill, Thames Visitation of Herbert, Lord Bishop of Ditton, Surrey. 1s. 60.
Landafi, in August 1817. Ls. A Scrmon (on the same oceasion.) By
The Remainder of the List of New Publications is unaroidably deferred, for want of room, till the Number for January.
GENERAL INDE X.
VOL. VIII. NEW SERIES.
of the present state of periodical criti-
Austria, Italy, &c. tour through, 72, et
the Third, 371, et seq. ; difficulties at. Avenger of blood, Michaelis's remarks
tendant on the narration of tbe on, 591, et seq.
stances liable to influence the relator Bathurst, lord, bis motion in regard to
Benett's essay on the commutation of
Benett's reply to the Rev. W. Coxe, on
Benett's reply to Coxe's three letters,
242, et seg.
to Sweden, 392, 3
much superior lo that of other Christians, merce, and finance of Ceylon, 219, et seq.
Bey of Tripoli cruelly assassinated by
434, et seq.
to the plan, 276, 7; extract from Mr.
Hall's speech at the Leicester Bible
give value to the work, 148 ; great ing the work in schools, 278
Byron's, Lord, Manfred : a dramatic
poem, 62, et seq. ; character of Man.
soliloquy, ib. ; death of Manfred, 65, 6
slanzas to an oid musical instrument,
surprising works constructed round it,
his deposition by the British, &c.
triacherously murdered, 930
F.jee islanis, 116
change produced by it, 245
in the affairs of the church of Scobrand,
the island of Tofooa, 120
of the early history of the islanıl, as
various inhabilanls of Ide
revelation, &c. 205, el seq. ; the