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II. MANUAL of MINERALOGY. By Robert JAMESON, Regius Professor of Natural History, lecturer on Mineralogy, and Keeper of the Museum in the University of Edinburgh. One Volume 12mo.
III. A GENERAL VIEW of the STRUCTURE, FUNCTIONS, and CLASSIFICATION of ANIMALS. With Plates and Illustrations adapted in a particular manner to facilitate the study of British Zoology. By John FLEMING, D.D. F.R.S.E. M.W.S. &c. 2 Volumes 8vo.
IV. The CONCHOLOGY of GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND, being a complete Natural History of all the Shells which have been found to inhabit Great Britain and its Islands, arranged according to the Linnean Method. Illustrated by Figures of every Shell hitherto discorered, drawn from Nature. By Thomas Brown, Esq. F.R.S. E. Fela low of the Linnean Society, &c. 1 Vol. 4to.
V. ELEMENTS of ZOOLOGY, or an Introduction to the Natural History of the Animal Kingdom. Illustrated by fourteen Plates drawn from Nature. By Thomas Brown, Esq. F.R.S.E. Fellow of the Linnean Society, &c. 1 Vol. 8vo.
The Colours of the different Objects will be described according to the Wernerian Nomenclature.
VI. ACCOUNT of the WESTERN ISLES of SCOTLAND, particularly with regard to GEOLOGY. Together with Observations on their Scenery, Antiquities, and Agriculture. By J. Macculloch, M. D. F.L.S. 2 Vols. 8vo. With a Volume of Illustrative Engravings in 4to.
VII. REPORTS of CASES TRIED in the JURY COURT, from the Institution of the Court in 1815, to the Sittings at Edinburgh ending in March 1818. By Joseph MURRAY, Esq. Advocate. i Vol. Svo.
VIII. SAINT PATRICK; a National Tale of the Fifth Century. By an ANTIQUARY. In 3 Volumes 12mo.
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X. TWO ESSAYS, one upon Single Vision with Two Eyes, the other upon Dew: A Letter to the Right Hon. Lloyd Lord Kenyon : And an Account of a Feinale of the White Race of Mankind, part of whose Skin resembles that of a Negro, with some Observations on the Causes of the Differences in Colour and Form between the White and Negro Races of Men. By the late W. C. Wells, M. D. F. R. S. L. & E. with a Memoir of his Life, written by himself. One Volume 8vo.
XI. A STATISTICAL and POLITICAL ACCOUNT of the UNITED STATES of NORTH AMERICA, from the Period of the First Establishments, to the present Day. On a New Plan. By W. D. WARDEN, formerly Consul-(icneral of the United States at Paris. 3 Volumes 8vo.
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Art. I 1. The Possibility of approaching the North Pole
Asserted. By the Hon. D. Barrington.
Art. I. 1. The Possibility of approaching the North Pole As.
serted. By the Hon. D. BARRINGTON. A New Edition ; with an Appendix, containing Papers on the same Subject, and on a North-West Passage. By COLONEL BEAUFOy, F. R. S.
8vo. London, 1818. 2. On the Greenland, or Polar Ice. By WILLIAM SCORESBY,
junior, Esq. In the Second Volume of the Memoirs of the Wernerian Natural History Society, printed at Edinburgh
in 1818. 3. A Description of Greenland. By Hans Egede, who was a
Missionary in that Country for twenty-five years. A New Edition, with an Historical Introduction and a Life of the Author, illustrated with a Map of Greenland, and numerous Engravings on Wood. 8vo. London, 1818. 4. A Voyage to Spitzbergen , containing an Account of that
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small duodecimo. Edinburgh, 1818. 5. Greenland, the Adjacent Seas, and the North-West Passage to
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