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ENGLAND IN 1833;
Being a Scries of Letters written to
Friends in Germany, during a Re
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sidence in London and Excur
•ions into the Provinces. By Fhidebick Von Racmkb, Professor of History at the University of Berliru
In One Volume, Octavo.
Elements of International Law.
With a Sketch of the History of
By Hi*bt Wheatow, L. L. D., Resident Minister from the .United States to the Court of Berlin, &c. be.
In One Volume, Octavo.
WRAXA.LL'8 MEMOIRS. \
• Historical- Mat-news of My Owai
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ir KL.mju.iAM WiiAXAI.L.'Bart.
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Comprehending an Inquiry injo'the
Ciuse, Nature, Prevention, and-"
Treatment of Tuberculous
and Scrofulous Diseases
By James Clabk, M. D., F. R. S., &c. . .
la One PSlurne^Odavo. This 'workyinav-Be placed in the hands of non-professional readers.
DEWEES On The DISEASES
Of CHILDREN. SeY^fHh Edition, with Additions:
A worlc~tha* should be in every family. "Th'e-Sbjects of it are, 1st to teach those who have the charge of children, either as parent or giiar dian, the most apjyoved-'uiethodso securing and improving their physi cal powers. This is attempted bi
pointing out the duties which The parent or the guardian owes for this purpose to this interesting, but lietiilesi class of beings, and the manner by which their duties shali.be fulfilled. And 2d, to render availab'e a long experience to these objects of our affection when they become diseased. In attempting this, tfie author has avoided as much as pwsible "technicality;" and has given, if he does not flatter himself too much, to each disease of which \\t Teats, its appropriate and designating characters, with a fidelity tha: will prevent any two be>np runfounded together, with the best mode of treating them that either his own experience or that of otbefr has suggested.
SCIENCE MADE EASY. Being a Familiar Introduction totht Principles of Chemistry, Mechanics, Hydrostatics and Pneumatics,
Adap'tKfi to^the comprehension <t
Illustrated by Numerous Wood Cub In One Volume, embossed cloth.
Thirty Years' Correspondence
John Jebb, D. D., F. R.-S., Bishop of Limerick, Ardfert.'M'Aghadoe, .
And ^Jexnnder Knox, Esq., M. R. I. A.
Edited by the Rev. Charles Foi; Steh, B. D., Perpetual Curate a Ash next Sandwich; formerly Domestic Chaplain to Bishop Jebb. In Two Volumes, Octavo.
A GEOLOGICAL MANUAL.
By Hekrt T. Dk Ia Bf.che, Esq.J
R. S., F. G. S., Member of to
Geological Society of France, &
//* One Volume, Octavo. With One Hundred and four Woo. Cuts.
Books Published by Lea fy Bia.ncna.in.
An'Elementary Treatise on
With Attempts to Simplify some of
By J. R. Yovng, Professor of Mathematics in the Royal College, Belfast.
A New American from the last London Edition, revised and corrected by a' Mathematician of Philadelphia.
One Volume, Octavo.
They also publish, by the same
Elements of Geometry.
Elements of Plane and Spherical
They have also for sale the whole of the above series of books, handsomely bound in Three Volumes, library style, making a beautiful set of Mathematical works.
THE YOUNG WIFE'S BOOK.
A Manual of Religious, Moral,
and Domestic Duties.
THE YOUNG HUSBAND'S
A Manual of the Duties, Moral
Religious, and Domestic, Imposed by the Relations of Married
A small Volume, bound in extra
A FLORA OF NORTH
With 108 Coloured Plates.
In Three Volumes, Quarto.
LAWS OF ETIQUETTE; Or, Rules and Reflections for
Conduct in Society.
By a Gentlemait.
ETIQUETTE FOR THE
With Hints on the Preservation, Improvement, and Display of
A Small rolume to match the Laws of Etiquette.
Life and Services of Commodore
UNITED STATES NAVY.
With a Portrait.
THE LIVES OP
Cardinal de Retz, Jean Baptiste
the Marquis deL-ouvois.
The Gipsy, &c.
THE LIVES OF ,.
Cardinal De Riehelieu, Count
and Cardinal Mazarin.
ley, The Gipsy, &c. In Two Volumes, 12/no.
JF tench School
By A. Bolmar, Principal of aFrench Classical and Mathematical Academy at Westchester, &c.
A Collection, of One Hundred Fables, with two Keys, one for the literal and free'Translation, and the other for the Pronunciation of the French text. Accompanied by a figured Pronunciation of the French according- to the best French works extant upon the subject, &c.
A Collection of Colloquial Phrases, on every topic necessary to maintain conversation, arranged under different heads; with numerous Remarks on the peculiar Pronunciation and use of various words. The whole so disposed as considerably to facilitate the acquisition of a correct pronunciation of the French.
Les Aventures de Telemaque, Fils d'Ulysses, par Fenelon, nouvelle edition.
Key to the First Eight Books of Te.lemachus, with the help of which any person can learn how to translate French to English.
A. Book of French Verbs, -wherem the Model Verbs and several of the most difficult are conjugated negatively, affirmatively, interrogatively, &c. Containing also, numerous Notes and Directions on the different Conjugations, not to be found in any book published for the use of English scholars. To which is added, a Complete List of all the Irregular Verbs.
A Complete Treatise on the Genders of French Nouns, in a small pamphlet of 14 pages. This little work, which is the most complete of the kind, is the fruit of great labour, and will prove of immense service to every learner.
NATIONAL SCHOOL MANUAL. In Four Parts, with an Atlas.
The whole designed as a series for schools.
A PILGRIMAGE TO THE
Comprising Recollections, Sketches,
and Reflections made during a 'Tour in the East, in,
The Select Works of TOBIAS SMOLLETT.
With a Memoir of the Life and
Writings of the Author.
By Sir Walter Scott.
/re Two handsome Royal Volumes.
The Select Works of
With a Memoir of the Life of the
By Arthur Mcrfhy, Esq.
In Two handsome Library Volumes.
MEMOIRS Of MRS. HEMANS
ELEMENTS OF PHYSICS, Or, Natural Philosophy, General and Medical,
Explained Independently of Technical Mathematics, and containing new Disquisitions and Practical Suggestions.
By Neill Arkott, M. D.
Third American from the Fourth
London Edition, with Additions,
by Isaac Hays, M. D.
Two Volumes, Octavo.
Books Published by Lea fy Blanchard.
The Third Series of
Or, Outlines of Character and
Containing—The Red Box, or Scenes at the General Wayne; Constance Al'erton, or the Mourning-Suits; The Officers, or a Story of the Late War; The Serenades, inc tiding the Dream of Songs; The Old Farm House; That Gentleman, or Scenes on Shipboard; Chase Loring, a Tale of the Revolution; Alphunsine, &c.
In One Volume, 12mo. Also for sale, a few copies of the second series.
THE CHEMISTRY OF THE
ARTS;. On the Basis of , -Gray's Operative Chemist.
Being- an Exhibition of the Arts and
Manufactures dependent on
With Numerous Engravings.
By Arthur L. Pobter, M. D., late
Professor of Chemistry, &c., in
the University of Vermont.
With Numerous Plates.
MILLWRIGHT Ajid MILLER'S
By Oiiveh Evans.
New Edition, with Additions an<'
Description of an Improved Mer
With Engravings. By C. & O.
A Treatise on Mechanics.
By Capt. Kater and the Rev. Dio
With Numerous Engravings.
ATLAS OF ANCIENT GEO-
Twenty-One Coloured Maps.
With a complete Accentuated Index.
By Samuel Bctlf.b, D.D., F. It. 9., &c., Archdeacon of Derby.
By the same Author.
A Sketch of Ancient Geography.
- For the use of schools.
GREEK AND ENGLISH
By D. Donnebak.
Abridged for the use of schools.
In One Volume, Moyal 18mo.
Containing above 800 pages.
A TREATISE ON
Hydrostatics and Pneumatics.
By the Rev. Dionysius Labdneb, L. L. D., F. H. S., &c.
A new American from the last London Edition, with Notes by BenJamin F. Joslin, M. !)•, Professor of Natural Philosophy in Union College. .
ELEMENTS OF OPTICS.
By David Brewsteb. A new American Edition, with Notes and Additions, by A. D. Bacbe, Professor of Natural Philosophy and Chemistry in the Universit of Penns\lvania.
In One Volume, 12/no.
. PRELIMINARY DISCOURSE
Objects, Advantages, and Pleasures of the Study of Natural Philosophy.
By J. T. W. Hehschei, A. M., late Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge,