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nutes of Cases of Cancer, part the second ; MR JAMES WALKER, late of Berbice, being further reports of Cases of Cancer will soon publish Letters on the West Indies. successfully treated by the new method of

Mr Thomas, of Falmouth, has nearly pressure, with some observations on the nafinished upon a large scale for publication, ture of the disease, as well as on the me. a Survey of the Mining District of Corn- thod of practice. wall, extending from Camborne to Chace The author of Headlong Hall has in the water, of which Redruth will be nearly the press, a new novel, called Night Mare centre. It will have all the principal lodes Abbey. and cross courses laid down at a certain A very curious and interesting manu. level, showing the nature and elevations of script of the celebrated Dr King, of St the ground, courses of adits, and all parti- Mary's, Oxford, bas lately been discovered; culars relative to the mines.

containing anecdotes and reminiscences of Sir Richard Colt Hoare has prepared a his own times, and will be published forththird and supplemental volume to the Rev. with. Me Eustace's Classical Tour through Italy. A Life of the Emperor Napoleon, from It is intended to complete the labours, and the pen of the well known M. Gacon-Dusupply the omissions of that traveller, four, author of the “ Correspondence des and to describe such parts of Italy as he plusieurs Personnes illustres de la Cour de had not visited, and others have rarely ex Louis XV.' being the sequel to the Cor. plored. The author has enlarged its con- respondence of Madame de Chateauroux, tents by a Tour round the whole island of is expected to make its appearance shortly Sicily, an Account of Malta, an Excursion in London, in a series of letters, designed to Pola, in Istria, and a Description of the as materials for the future historian. celebrated monasteries of Montserrat in The Travels in Egypt, Nubia, HolySpain, and the Grande Chartreuse in land, Mount Libanon, and Cyprus, by France.

Captain Light, are nearly ready for pubSpeedily will be published a translation lication, in one volume quarto, with plates, of Extracts from a Journal kept in Green- including a view of Jerusalem. land in the years 1770 to 1778, by Hans T. Cobbell, Esq. is preparing for publiEgede Saabye, formerly missionary there ; cation, a Treatise on the Law of Corpowith an Introduction respecting the Way rations, and on the proceedings relative to of Life of the Greenlanders, the Mission in their ordinary rights and parliamentary Greenland, and other subjects connected privileges. with it, by. Mr G. Fries.

Mr F. L. Holt has in the press a TreaA Life of John Howard the Philanthro- tise on the Law of Merchant Ships and pist, by Mr Brown, in one volume, 4to, Shipping, on the Navigation Laws, and on will speedily make its appearance.

Maritime Contracts. Mr D'Israeli has nearly ready for publi The works of Charles Lamb, in verse cation a volume on the Literary Character, and prose, now first collected, will soon apillustrated by the History of Men of Ge- pear in two foolscap octavo volumes. nius, drawn from their own Feelings and Barron Field, Esq. is printing in two Confessions.

octavo volumes, a Treatise on the ComA General Description and Directions mercial Law of England. for the Coasts of Brazil, from Maranham in the north to Rio de Janeiro and Santos

EDINBURGH. in the south, is at press. It will be accom A Statistical and Historical Account of panied with three large charts from the the United States of America, from the peSurveys of Lieut. Hewett, R. N. and others; riod of the first establishments to the prein which, from original observations, the sent day. On a new plan. By W. D. War. numerous errors of all preceding charts and den, formerly Consul-General of the Unite directions for these coasts have been ob- ed States at Paris. 3 vols. 8vo. With viated.

maps. Mr Richard Lawrence is preparing for Saint Patrick; a National Tale of the publication forty etchings, selected írom the Fifth century. By an Antiquary. In 3 yols. most beautiful and least mutilated speci- 12mo. mens in the Elgin collection; together Reports of Cases tried in the Jury Court, with critical remarks on the style, compo- from the institution of the Court in 1815, sition, and peculiar excellence of these re to the Sittings at Edinburgh ending in lics of Grecian sculpture.

March 1818. By Jos. Murray, Esq. AdMr Samuel Young has in the press, Mi. vocate. One volume octavo.

The Angler's Vade Mecum ; a Descrip. this Defornity. By Antonio Scarpa, Emer. tive Account of the Water Plies, their itus Professor and Director of the Medical Seasons, and the kind of Weather that im- Faculty of the Imperial and Royal Univerpels them most on the water : the whole sity of Pavia, &c. With five original En. represented in twelve Coloured Plates. To gravings by Anderloni. Translated from which is added, a Description of the dif- the Italian.' By J. H. Wishart, Fellow of ferent Baits used in Angling, and where the Royal College of Surgeons, and one of found. By W. Carroll.. Foolscap octavo. the Surgeons of the Royal Infirmary of

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