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Address to the Public , updn the Daft- ' gerpus Tendency of the London Female Penitentiary * with Hints on the best nieans of lessening the Sum of Prostitution . By W . Hale , is . Important Considerations respectfully addressed to a distinguished Female Invalid ; and published with a View to the Benefit of other Patients , at the Bristol
Hot Wells , is , . The Poor Man ' s Morning Portion ; containing ; short Reflections on a Text of Scripture for every Day in the Year-. By R . Hawker , D . IX iamo . 3 s . Spiritual Gleanings ; or , Essays , with Scriptural Mottoes . 8 s ,
Progressive . Lessons and Religious Instructions , in 22 sheets , for the use of Sunday and other Schools . By the Rev . W . Roby , of Manchester . 7 s . 6 d . per
set . The Lessons of the Church of Eng-)? nd , taken from the Old Testament , asappointed to "be read in the Morning Service throughout the Year . With
short Notes . 8 vo . 4 s . The New Whole Duty of Prayers ; containing fifty-six Family Prayers , suitable for Morning and Evening , for every Day in the Week , &c . izmo . 4 s . 6 < L W
-Letter ^ from . Warburton , D . D . Bishop of Gloucester , to the late R . ; Hurd , D . D . Bishop of Worcester , from the year 1 749 to 1776 , left for publication by the late Bishop Hurd , with the Title of Letters from a late eminent Prelate to one of his Friends . %
Portr ^ fts . 4 to . 7 s . 8 vo . ias . Sunday Papers : addressed to Youth ; on the Importance of Practical Religion . 12 mo . 3 s . sewed . Sunday Reflections . By the Author of'Thoughts oh Affliction . 8 vo . ps . 8 . JSfeiv Editions .
Memoirs of the Rev . Dr . Joseph Priestley , to the year 1795 . Written by Himself ; with a continuation to"thethne 6 f his Decease . By his Son Joseph Priestley . Reprinted from che American Edition , by the several Unitarian Societies in England , nmo . as . 6 d .
The Hon . Robert Boyle ' s Occasional Reflections : with a Preface , &c . By J . VVeyland , Jun . Escj . Pc rtr&it of Mr . Boyle , izmo . 6 s . A Commentary upon the Old and New Testame t ^ , with the Apocrypha . From Genesis to Can tides , by -Simon Patrick ; X > . D . Bishop of Ely ; the Prophets , by W . JLowth , b . JD . Prebendary of Win-
dcheater : th £ Apocrypha , by R ^ A / naid ; B .- D . Rector t > f ThureastanY Leicestershire j the New Testament , 1 jy Di- Whi £ - by , T > . D . Chanter of SalisburjrCath'edraL 7 volsr 4 to . Portraits of Pa € ri < ik and Whitby . 81 * 8 s .
riarmer s Observationsron ttcfipteire ; newly arranged and enlarged . By Adah Clarke , tL . L . D . 4 vols . -8 vo : i \ . 8 s-Shuckford , and Pridfcau 3 ^ 3 C . onflefcioit of Sacred aivd Prorafte History . Imp » rov * ed edition ; ' fey Adam Clarke ^ X >^ i .. JX Mapsand Plates . 8 vols . 8 v © . * 3 l . ~ 2 S .
Discourses ^ on Various Subj ects * By Jeren ^ y Tayl < i «* , D . D- Chaplain in ordinary to Kh % Charles the First , ancT Bishop of Dtiwn and Connor . 3 vols . 8 Vo . ^ tl . 7 s . , Divine Conduct ; or the Mystery of Providence opened . By the Rev . John FLavel , Minister of the Gospel , at Dartmouth , Devon . Portrait . Svo ^ 8 si
I 2 mo . 4 s . The Works , Moral and Religious of Sir Matthew Hale , jKnt * Lord Chkf Justice of the Court of King ' s Bench * the whole now first collected and revise ed j to which are prefixed his liifd" and Death , by Bishop Burnet , and an Appendix to the Life including the * additional Notes of R . Baxter ; Bf the Rev . T . Thiiiwali , M . A : 2 vok . Svo . i 8 s »
NOTICE S . It has long been a subject of regtet that the Works of the learned , the judicious , the- pious and the-jcandid Dr . Lardner have become scarce and inac- - cessible to the public , alniost in the same degree that they have attracted the ad * - miration of scholars , and the curiosity
of gerreral readers . The edition of 1788 , superintended by Mr . Baxter Cole , has been for some time out of print . With great pleasure , therefore , we announce to our readers , that a new edition of Lardner ' s Works , is in . considerable forwardncss . F ^ r the actommodatton of 1
purchasers , the publisherhas resolved id issue the Works in monthly Parts . Thd ~ first Part will make its appearance * on ^' Wednesday che Urs ^ t of MWch , add the - othersih successron on thtJfirst day elf every month ,-or earlier , atthtf option of Subscribers , it is calculated tharthc whole
Works will be comprised in about Thirty two Parts , arid that this will be the cheapest edition 6 f the Works of JLardner ever published . We are happy to find that the publisher pledges himself to execute this desirable undertaking in a neat and respectable manner .
1 JN ~ ezo Publications in-JamtaYy . —Notices . * 55 '
Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Jan. 2, 1809, page 55, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct1732/page/55/