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. Mr . J * nttoi > wilL shortly publish the Union of Architecture , Sculpture , and Painting , exemplified in a series of illustrations of , and descriptive dissertations on , the House and Museum of Mr . Soane , of Liucoln ' s Inn Fields . Professor Lee ' s Lectures on the Hebrew Language , are announced as nearly ready for publication .
It is said that Sir Hudson Lowe has sent for publication to this country , a Memoir of all the transactions at St . Helena , while he was Governor of that Island , and Custodiar \ Anglicey Gaoler ] of Bonaparte . Memoirs of the Rival Houses of York and Lancaster , Historical and Biographical , by Emma Ttoberts , have been announced as iu the press , and to form two volumes in octavo .
Colonel Trench is about to publish a Collection of Papers , illustrated by explanatory Plates , relating to his famed project of the Thames Quay ; with Hints for some furthe ? ' improvements of the Metropolis .
Mr . J . C . London , the popular author of the Encyclopaedias of Gardening and Agriculture , has announced as shortly to be published , a Hortus Britannicw , Or a Catalogue of all the plants , indigenous , cultivated , or introduced into Britain . Mr . Archdeacon Cox is again pursuing
NEW PUBLICATIONS .
The History of the Rise and Progress of the United States of North America , till the British Revolution in 1688 . By James Grahame , Esq . 2 Vols . 8 vo . 1 / . 8 * . boards . The Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain , represented and illustrated in a
Series of Views , Elevations , Plans , Sections , and Details of various Ancient English Edifices . By JohnBritton , F . S . A . Part I . 21 2 s . in boards , containing Twenty-eight Plates , with ample Letter-Press Descriptions , and to be completed in Ten Parts , forming four handsome volumes in 4 to .
The Antiquarian Trio ; consisting of Views and Descriptions of the Duke of Buckingham ' s House , Kirby ; Rudaton Church and Obelisk : Efflgy at Scarborough : to which will be added . The Poet ' s Favourite Tree . By the Rev . Archdeacon Wraugham . 18 mo . 2 * . boards .
his editorial avocations , and-will shortly publish a History of the Administration of the Right Honourable Henry Pel ham , drawn from authentic sources , with private and original correspondence , from 1743 to 1754 . The seventh and concluding volume of Humboldt ' s Personal Narrative , translated by Helen Maria Williams , is now in the press . This portion contains his account of the very important and interesting Island of Cuba .
Mr . Men vale , one of the Chancery Commissioners , has announced as shortly to be published , a Letter to William Courtenay , Esq ., on the subject of that Commission . The copious Greek Grammar of Dr . Philip Buttman , so justly celebrated on the Continent , is nearly ready for publication ; translated from the German , by a distinguished Scholar .
Mr . Smith , of the British Museum , i » preparing for the press a Life of Nollekens , A Life of Fuseli , by his Executor , comprising an interesting correspondence with Cowper , relating to his translation of Homer , is among the promised publications of the present season .
A Treatise on the Natural History , Physiology , and Management of the Honey Bee , by Dr . Bevan , will be shortly published .
Memoirs of Scipio de Recci , Bishop of Pistoia and Prato , and Reformer of Catholicism in Tuscany , under the Reign of Leopold . By M . De Potter . 8 vo . A Second Volume of Reminiscences , with a Correspondence between the late Dr . Parr and the Author . By Charles Butler , Esq . 8 vo . 9 * . 6 d . Sir Herbert Taylor * a Memoir of His Royal Highness the Duke of York . 8 vo . 2 s .
The Modern Jesuits ; a Biographical Work . Translated from the French of L'Abbe * Martial Marcet de la Roche Arnauld . By Emile Lepage , Professor of the French Language , Fulham . 12 uio . 6 * 6 rf . boards . Travels and Adventures in South Africa . By G . Thomson , Esq . 4 to . Sketches of Persia , from the Journals of a Traveller in the East . 2 Vols . 8 vo » 18 * .
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Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), April 2, 1827, page 311, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct1795/page/79/