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An Inquiry into the Practical Merits of the System for the Government of India, under the Superintendance of the Board of Controul. By the Earl of Lauderdale. Svo. 7s. 6d. boards.
The Dangers of British India from French Invasion and Missionary Establishments. By David Hopkins. 75.
A corrected Report of the Debate on the Carnatic Question, in the House of Commons, on the 17th May, and continued on the 1st and 17th June, 1808. S.
A View of the Political Situation of Upper Canada, in which her Physical Capta city is stated; the Means of diminishing her Burdens, increasing her Value, and se curing her Connection with Great Britain, are fully considered. By John Mills Jackson. 3s.
The high Price of Bullion a Proof of the Depreciation of Bank Notes. By David Ricardo. 2s.
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Remarks on the Jacobinical Tendency of the Edinburgh Review in a Letter to the Earl of Lonsdale. By R. Wharton, Esq., M. P.
Observations on a Pamphlet written by Richard Flower, entitled Abolition of Tithes. By the Rev. James Bearblock, X. M. late Fellow of King's College, Car bridge, Author of a Treatise on Tithes, and the various Modes of compounding for them. 8vo. 1s. 6d.
Memoirs of the King's Supremacy, and of the Rise, Progress, and Results of the Supremacy of the Pope, in different Ages and Nations, so far as relates to Civil Affairs. By Thomas Brooke Clarke, D. D. 8vo. 10s. 6d.
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THEOLOGY. Scriptural Illustrations of the Thirty-nine Articles of the Church of England, with a Practical Comment upon each Article. By Samuel Wix, A. M. 8vo. 8s.
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An Attempt to shew the Folly and Danger of Methodism. By the Editor of the Examiner Weekly Newspaper. 2s. 6d.
Sermons on several Subjects, from the Old Testament. By John Hampson, M. A. 8vo. 9s.
A Sermon preached before his Grace the Archbishop of York, and the Clergy of Malton, at the Visitation, August, 1809. By the Rev. Sidney Smith, Rector of Foston, Yorkshire. 2s.
The History of the Church of Christ, vol. IV. By the Rev. Isaac Milner, D, D. F. R. S. 8vo. 168.
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Lectures on our Lord's Sermon on the Mount. By James Brewster, Minister at Craig. 8vo.
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A View of the Origin, Progress, and Diversity, of Heathen Worship. By T. Thomas. 6s.
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The Grounds on which the Church of England separated from the Church of Ronnie reconsidered; in a View of the Romish Doctrine of the Eucharist; with an Esplanation of the Antepenultimate Answer in the Church Catechism. By Sbote, Bish. of Durham. Is.
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Paganism and Christianity compared. In a Course of Lectures to the King's Scho lars at Westminster, in the Years 1806, 7, and 8. By John Ireland, D. . ava. Ios. 6d.
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A Series of Discourses on the Principles of Religious Belief, as connected with Human Happiness and Improvement. By the Rev. R. Morehead, A. M. junior Minister of the Episcopal Church, Cowgate, Edinburgh. Second Edition. 880. 95.
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The Fountain of Living Waters. A Sermon preached before the University of Cambridge, 14th May, 1809. By the Rev. Charles Simeon. Is.
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A Sermon preached at Lambeth Chapel at the Consecration of the Right Rev. William Lord Mansel, Lord Bishop of Bristol. By John Barlow Seale, D. D.
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Sermons by the Rev. Sidney Smith. 2 vols. 18s.
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A Sermon on the Equity of Divine Providence, adapted to a General Fast, and preached February 17, 1808. By John Pring, B. A.
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Five Essays on the Proof of Man's Future Existence. To which are prefixed, Seventeen Sermons. By P. Houghton. 8vo. 7s.
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Greatness no Pledge of Happiness, a Sermon preached at the Parish Church of Simonburn on 25th October, 1809. By Jaines Scott, D. D. Is. 6d.
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TOPOGRAPHY AND MAPS.
A History of Brecknockshire. y Theophilus Jones, Deputy Registrar of the Archdeaconry of Brecon. 3 vols. royal 4to, with numerous plates. 71. 9s. 6d.
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Londina Illustrata ; or a Collection of Plates, consisting of Engravings from original Paintings and Drawings, and Fac-simile Copies of scarce Prints; displaying the State of the British Metropolis, from the Rcign of Elizabeth to the Revolution. Number II. with four Plates. 45.
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VOL. II. PART II.