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DECEMBER, 1811, TO VUNE, 1812, ÍNCLUSIVE.
Φιλοσοφιά» δε ου την Στωικην λεγω, ουδ. την Πλατωνικην, και της Επικουρείο,
Clem. Alex. Strom. Lib. i.
ÞRINTED FORGALE, CURTIS, AND FENNER, PATERNOSTER-ROW.
OXFORD ; AND DEIGHTON, CAMBRIDGE,
Holdich on the nature and cause of Resp 102
Dairyman's Daughter (the) an au-
Memoirs of the Life of Prince Potemkin 283
Legal Argument on the Test Act
LIST OF RECENT PUBLICATIONS, WITH SIZE
Sprengel's Introduction to the Study of
Account of the Trigonometrical Sur-
vey, carried on from 1801-9, by
CHRONOLOGY AND HISTORY.
Barlow's Elementary Investigation of
Hales's New Analysis of Chronology
Barry's Esculapian Monitor
Jameson's Physiological Essays 307
Naylor's History of the Helvetic Re-
Ware on puncturing the Crystalline
Carpenter's Geography of the New
Müller's Elements of the Science of
Pepping's Evening Entertainments 12
Robinson's Letter on the Recruiting
Account of the Naval and Military
313 Burdon's Letters on the Annual Sub-
433 scription for the Sons of the Cler-
Howard's London Vocabulary
: Hussey's Letter to a younger brother S22 Conferences between the Danish Mis-
215 sionaries and the Natives of Hindos-
Account of the present State of the
Campbell's Lectures on the Pastoral
Foote's Vindication of his Conduct
Gregory's Letters on the Evidences,
Doctrines, and Duties of the Chris-
Jones's Scripture Directory
Letters of the Marquis du Deffand to
Scott's Remarks on the Bishop of Lin-
coln's Refutation of Calvinism
Sentinel, théor Conjectures on Sec.
Battles of the Danube and Barossa 320
Bidlake's Bampton Lectures
Burder's Village Sermons, Vol. VI.
Grisenthwaite's Sleep, a Poem
Griffin's Sermon on the Evils of Per-
Jesse's Serinons on the Person and Of-
TOPOGRAPHY AND TRAÏELS.
Estrada on the Dispute between Spain Chateaubriand's Travels in Greece,
and her Colonies
436 Palestine, &c. during the years 180B, 4. 1
Faber's Sketches of the Internal State Hooker's Jourpal of a Tour to Iceland 561
393 Humboldt's Essay on the Kingdom of
Hints on the State of the Country 217 New Spain
Montgaillard on the Situation of Great Linnæus's Tour in Lapland
318 Morier's Journey through Persia, &c.
Residence in France
213 Spence's Sketches of Scotland
Şerious Letter to Mr. Percesal 54% Travels of a British Druid
Yates' Arguinents on Parliamentary Wakefield's Perambulations in London 218
641 Wood's Account of the Isle of Man sog
Art. 1. Letters to a Friend on the Evidences, Doctrines, and Dulies of
the Christian Religion. By Olinthus Gregory, LL.D. Of the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. Two volumes 8vo. pp. 310. 301.
Price 14s. extra boards. Baldwin. 1812. AS this is a work of no ordinary merit, and written upon a
subject which all must confess to be of the last importance, we shall endeavour, after being indulged with a few preliminary remarks, to give a pretty copious analysis of its contents; not doubting the greater part of our readers will be solicitous to avail themselves of the rich entertaininent and instruction, which its perusal will unquestionably afford. The first volume is employed in the discussion of a subject which has engaged the powers of the wisest of men through a series of ages; and minds of every size and of every diversity of acquisition, having contributed their quota towards its illucidation, the accumulation of materials is such, that it bas become more necessary, perhaps more difficult, to arrange than to invent. In the conduct of so extensive an argument, the talents of the writer will chiefly appear, in giving the due degree of relief and prominence to ihe different branches of the subject,-in determining what should be placed in a strong and brilliant light, what should be more slightly sketched, and disposing the whole in such a manner as shall give it the most impressive effect. If there is little room for the display of invention, other powers are requisite, not less rare or less useful; a nice and discriminating judgement, a true logical taste, and a talent of extensive combination. An ordinary thinker feels himself lost in so wide a field; is incapable of classifying the objects it presents; and wastes his attention on such as are trite and common, instead of directing it to those which are great and interesting. If there are subjects which it is difficult to discuss for want of data to proceed upon, and, while they allure VOL. VIII.