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Art. I.-Voyages dans la Grande Bretagne, Entrepris relative

ment aux Services Publics de la Guerre, de la Ma-
rine, et des Ponts et Chaussées, en 1816-17-18-19,
et 1820. Deuxième Partie, Force Navale.

Charles Dupin, Membre de l'Institut de France, &c.


II. Tableaux Pittoresques des Meurs, &c. des Russes, Tar

tares, Mongols et autres Nations de l'Empire Russe,
en quarante Planches enluminées d'après des Dessins
faits sur lieux. Par J. G. G. Geissler: avec un texte
servant d'explication, par Frederic Hempel et J.

· 37 III. 1. A Geographical and Commercial View of Northern

Central Africa; containing a particular Account of
the Course and Termination of the great River Niger

in the Atlantic Ocean. By James M'Queen.
2. Papers relating to the Suppression of the Slave Trade.
Printed by Order of the House of Commons

· 51 IV. 1. An Enquiry into the Doctrines and Necessity of Pre

destination. By Edward Copleston, D.D. Provost of

Oriel College, Oxford, and Prebendary of Rochester.
2. Archbishop King's Discourse on Predestination. With

Notes by the Rev. Richard Whately, M.A. Fellow of
Oriel College, Oxford

· 82 V. Table Talk, or Original Essays. By William Hazlitt 103 VI. Rob Roy, Tales of my Landlord, 2d Series, (Heart of

Mid Lothian) Tales of my Landlord, 3d Series, (Bride
of Lammermoor, Montrose,) Ivanhoe, Monastery, Ab-
bot, Kenilworth


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VII. Of Population. An Inquiry concerning the Power of

Increase in the Numbers of Mankind, being an Answer
to Mr. Malthus’s Essay on that Subject. By William

- 148 VIII. Prometheus Unbound, a Lyrical Drama, in Four Acts;

with other Poems. By Percy Bysshe Shelley - 168 IX. J. Vox Stellarum, a Loyal Almanac for the Year of our

Lord 1821. By Francis Moore, Physician and Phi-
2. History of Chemistry, prefixed to a Manual of Che-
mistry. By William Thomas Brande, Esq.

180 x. Viaggio da Tripoli di Barberia alle Frontiere dell'Egitto, fatto nel 1817, dal Dottore P. Della-Cella

209 XI. Mémoires de l'Abbé Morellet, de l'Académie Française,

sur le 18me Siècle, et sur la Révolution, précédés de
l'Eloge de l'Abbé Morellet, par M. Lémontey, Mem-
bre de l'Institut, et de l'Académie Française

229 XII. Lectures on the Ancient Greeks. By the late Andrew

Dalzel, A. M. F. R. S. E. Professor of Greek in the
University of Edinburgh

243 New Publications


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No. LII.

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ART. I.–An Account of the Abipones, an Equestrian People of Para

guay. Translated from the Latin of Martin Dobrizhoffer,

Eighteen Years a Missionary in that Country
II. A Vindication of 1 John, v. 7. from the Objections of M.

Griesbach: in which is given a new View of the External
Evidence, with Greek Authorities for the Authenticity of
the Verse, not hitherto adduced in its Defence. By the
Bishop of St. David's

324 III. A Voyage of Discovery into the South Sea and Beering's

Straits, for the purpose of exploring a North-East Passage; undertaken in the years 1815-1818, at the Expense of His Highness the Chancellor of the Empire, Count Romanzoff, in the Ship Rurick, under the Command of the Lieutenant in the Russian Imperial Navy, Otto Von Kotzebue

341 IV. Memoirs of a Life chiefly passed in Pennsylvania within the last Sixty Years

· 364 V. Travels in Palestine, through the Countries of Bashan and

Gilead, east of the River Jordan; including a Visit to the
Cities of Geraza and Gamala, in the Decapolis. By J. S.
Buckingham, Member of the Asiatic Society, Calcutta;

and of the Literary Societies of Madras and Bombay 374 VI. The Art of instructing the Infant Deaf and Dumb. By John Paunceforth Arrowsmith

· 391 VII. Mémoires du Duc de Lauzun

· 405 VIII. A Journal of Voyages and Travels in the Interior of North

America, between the 47th and 58th degrees of North Latitude, extending from Montreal nearly to the Pacific Ocean ; including an Account of the Principal Occurrences, during a Residence of Nineteen Years, in different Parts of the Country, &c. &c. By D. W. Harinon, a Partner in the North-west Company

· 409 IX.

1. First Report of the Commissioners appointed to consider

the Subject of Weights and Measures ; 24 June, 1819. 2. Second Report of the same Commissioners; 13 July, 1820. 3. Third Report of the same Commissioners; 31 March, 1821. 4. Report of the Select Committee appointed to consider of

the several Reports which have been laid before the House of Commons, relating to Weights and Measures; 28 May,

1821. 5. Manuel Pratique et Elémentaire des Poids et Mesures, des Monnaies, et du Calcul Décimal. Par S. A. Tarbé, Chef


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de Division au Ministère des Manufactures et du Com-

merce; 1813.

6. The Universal Cambist and Commercial Instructor; being

a full and accurate Treatise on the Exchanges, Monies,

Weights, and Measures of all trading Nations, and their Co-

lonies. By P. Kelly, LL.D.

- 416

X. Memoirs of the celebrated Persons composing the Kit-Cat

Club, with a prefatory Account of the Origin of the Asso-

ciation ; illustrated with 48 Portraits, from the original

Paintings by Sir G. Kneller


XI. 1. Travels in Georgia, Persia, Armenia, Ancient Babylonia,

&c. &c. during the Years 1817, 18, 19, and 20. By Sir

Robert Ker Porter. With numerous engravings of portraits,

costumes, and antiquities, &c. Vol. I.

2. A Second Journey through Persia, Armenia, and Asia

Minor, to Constantinople, between the Years 1810 and

1816. With an Account of the Proceedings of His Ma-

jesty's Embassy under His Excellency Sir Gore Ouseley,

Bart. K.L.S. By James Morier, Esq. late Minister Pleni-

potentiary to the Court of Persia. With Maps, and En-

gravings from the Designs of the Author


xII. The Pirate. By the Author of Waverley;" · Kenilworth,



XIII. A Second Dissertation prefixed to the Supplemental Volumes

of the Encyclopædia Britannica, exhibiting a General View

of the Progress of Metaphysical, Moral and Political Philo-

sophy in Europe, from the Revival of Letters. By Dugald

Stewart, F.R.S. &c.


XIV. 1. Nouvelles Annales des Voyages, de la Géographie et de

l'Histoire ; publiées par MM. J. B. Eyriés et Malte-


2. Mémoire sur les Voyages exécutés dans l'Océan Glacial

Arctique, au Nord de l'Amérique Septentrionale ; par Le

Chevalier Lapie, Géographe


XV. 1. Second and Third Report from the Select Committee of

the House of Commons appointed to consider of the Means

of Improving and Maintaining the Foreign Trade of the

Country. Ordered to be printed 18th May, and 19th July,


2. Report (relative to the East Indies and China) from the

Select Committee of the House of Lords, appointed to

inquire into the Means of extending and securing the Fo-

reign Trade of the Country. 11th April, 1821.

3. Report of a Committee of the Honourable House of As-

sembly of Jamaica, presented to the House, 10th Decem-

ber, 1817, relative to the Present State of the Island, with

respect to its Population, Agriculture, and Commerce 522

New Publications

· 541


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OCTOBER, 1821.

Art. I. Voyages dans La Grande Bretagne, Entrepris re

lativement aux Services Publics de la Guerre, de la Marine, et des Ponts et Chaussées, en 1816--17-18-19, et 1820. Deuxième Partie, Force Navale. Par Charles Dupin, Mem

bre de l'Institut de France, &c. &c. Paris. 1821. MR R. Dupin may be well assured, from the early notice we are

disposed to take of his labours, that we have no mean opinion of his abilities. Of his principles we are not prepared to say quite so much; and, perhaps, it will be thought that we have no business with them. Nor should we indeed have troubled ourselves about his political opinions or connections, had he confined his observations to the avowed objects of his inquiryour public works and public institutions, civil, naval, and military: we should, in that case, have deemed it sufficient to applaud his accuracy, or to point out his errors; but when he proceeds to mix up political hostility in a work which professes to be purely didactic and descriptive; to assail the national character on grounds that are utterly false; and to hold us up to Europe and to the world, as totally destitute of humanity to a class of beings, of all others, the most entitled to it, namely, prisoners of war;-we conceive that we have a right to inquire into his motives. Acquitting him, as we frankly do, of every feeling of hatred towards England, the only explanation we can suggest for his conduct, in this instance, is the desire of gratifying his associates, by the repetition of an accusation so calumnious; and it was with this view solely that, in a recent Article on the Military Establishments of this Country, (which, we are happy to find, has not been without its effect,) we noticed his connection with the Avocat Dupin and the herd of politicians who modestly assume to themselves the exclusive name of libéraur, as accounting for the embarrassment under which he evidently laboured in consequence of it. We repeat, however, (in justice to M. Dupin,) that, considering his education under the auspices of Buonaparte, in the new school of morality, and his near relationship to a notorious jacobin, he entertains fewer prejudices against England, than any other French author that we have yet met with since the revolutionary war. In com




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