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An Abstract is in the press of all the most Mr L. J. A. M'Henry has in the press, useful information relative to the United and nearly ready for publication, a third States of America, and the British colonies - edition of his improved Spanish Grammar, of Canada, the Cape of Good Hope, New designed especially for self-instruction. South Wales, and Van Diemen's Island, M. Lavaysse's Political and Commercial exhibiting at one view the comparative ad. Account of Venezuela, Trinidad, and other vantages and disadvantages each country adjacent islands, translated from the French, offers for emigration ; collected from the with notes and illustrations, is in the press. most valuable and recent publications, with A new periodical work has been plan. notes and observations; by William King- ued, the object of which is regularly to supdon, junior.
ply the public with a series of superior new In a few days will be published, a New Novels and Novellettes. It is proposed to Dictionary of Classical Quotations, on an publish a monthly volume or novel, va. improved plan, accompanied by correspond- ried in type, and containing new works com. ing paraphrases or translations from the plete, sometimes one story, and sometimes works of celebrated British Poets ; by the two or more. The works are to consist late F. W. Blagdon, author of the “ French partly of originals, and partly of translations Interpreter."
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The Rey. Dr Neilson (author of the A Journey in Carniola and Italy, in the Greek Exercises) has in the press an imYears 1817-1818 ; by W. A. Cadell, Esq. proved edition of Moore's Greek Grammar. F. R. S. L. & E. 2 vols. 8vo, with En. He has condensed the original work by gravings.
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