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He is shortly to deliver some of them in the of the Chalmers' School, and from environs of London. The very nume. Glasgow. His name is IRVING, and rous engravings, by which they will his doctrines are Calvinistic. Hig be illustrated during their delivery, delivery, cnunciation, and composiwill constitute one of their principal tion, are of the first order; and he novelties. His Lectures will also be has in a few months acquired great occasionally elucidated by a new spe- and deserved celebrity. Soine grave cies of composition, numerous persons consider his theatrical manner amples of which will be inserted in a unbecoming the pulpit, but, while he pamphlet which he is preparing for is less so than the vulgar methodists, pablication. This pampblet will ex- he combines thosc scholastic attainplain the general subject of the Lec- ments which they want, and thereby tures, and the nature and peculiarities cxalts religion, instead of debasing it. of his own plans. Of his commencing The great work called Nature Discourses, two, at least, will relate to played, the richest in embellishments history and chronology, and will com- which ever appeared in England, and prehend much ainusing information made so to render the study of nature respecting biography, antiquities, and popular, will positively appear in a the arts.
few days. The Author of “Annals of the In like manner a very ufeful and Parish," " Ringan Gilhaize," &c. important volume of 5000 Receipts, announces “The Spaewife;" and, in delayed with a view to its perfection, rapidity, seems determined to keep will be ready on or before the Jith, pace with the Waverley Club of The Interrogative System of liberal Scottish Authors.
Education is at length completed, A Work called The Sweepings of being now extended to every proper My Study, is announced at Edin- object of Juvenile Study. It has burgh.
been 25 years in progress, supported DR. HIBBERT announces Sketches alone by public approbation, and unof the Philosophy of Appari.ions; aided by any Association, or by the or, an Attempt to trace such Illusions einpirical means usually adopted to to their physical Causes.
give currency to systems. It is now The Third Edition of Sir AsTLEY more or less adopted in every well Cooper's Work on Dislocations and conducted Seminary in the United Fractures, is printing.–An Appen- Kingdom, and has been extensively dix will contain a Refutation of almost introduced into France, Belgium, every statement made in a late cri- Germany, and America. tical publication, on a subject treated Mr. W. WEST, of Leeds, is abont of in the former edition of the above to publish in a separate form, with Work.
additions, his Analysis of the New Mr. Plumbe_bas in the press, a Sulphur Spring at Harrowgato. 'Treatise on the Diseases of the Skin, An Order in the Council of tho intended to comprise the substance of Linnæan Society has been lately the Essay for which the College of passed, by which Mr. DONOVAN will Surgeons have awarded to him the be allowed to enrich his New Monthly Jacksonian prize, a reprint of his Work, the “Naturalist's Repository, “ Essay on Ringworm, &c. and with the icones of those choice and copious notices of such improve- very beautiful species of the Psittacus
and Columba Tribe, which are de- The seventh edition of Mr. Fairscribed in the 13th volumo of the MAN's Account of the Public Funds. Linnæan Transactions; the greater with considerable additions, is in the part of which, if not the whole, are press. The work bas been completely of such rarity, as to be found only remodelled, the accounts of the differ. in the Museum of the Linnæan So- ent stocks revised, corrected, and ciety.
brought down to the present time, and Early in August will be published, a variety of interesting and valuable Adrastus, a tragedy, with Amabel, or information added; the whole calcuthe Cornish Lover, a metrical tale Jated to furnish a complete Manual of founded on fact, and other poems, by the Finances of Great Britain. R. C. DALLAS, esq.
A most extraordinary work has A fourth Series of Sermons, in recently made its appearance at New manuscript characters, on characters York, relating to the Jews, and enfrom Scripture, for the use of the titled, “Israel Vindicated." It is one younger clergy and candidates for
er and candidates for of the most original defences of boly orders, will be speedily pub
Judaism extant, and is full of interJished, by the Rev. R. WARNER. esting matter.
In the ensuing month will appear, Mr. GROOMBRIDGE has published an easy Introduction to Lamark's ar the Apparent Places of the four Minor rangement of the Genera of Shells: Planets at and about the Tinç of their with illustrative remarks, additional ensuing Opposition. observations, and a synoptic Table, by
Opposition. CHARLES Dubois, F.L.S.
Pallas 1843. Oct. 4th 20h. A translation of “ Les Hermites en Vesta ... Nov. 7th 17 Prison,” the last and perhaps the
Ceres ... Nov. 21st 11 most interesting of all the Essays
Jano 1824. April 13th 21 of M. Jouy, will be published in the
The distance of Pallas and Juno at course of a few days. This work was
their opposition will render their light written in the prison of St. Pélagie,
so very faint, that it is doubtful whewhere the author was recently con
ther they can be seen; especially the fined for a political libel.
former, from the rapid change in The Revue Encyclopedique for June
declination, which will remove it from last has a note by the cditors, the
the field of view in the preceding night. purport of which is to vindicate the
The succeeding, oppositions will not Bishop of London froin a charge
happen till 1825. ** which has been brought against him
A new cdition will shortly appear of
the Life of Dr. James Beattio, by Sir by the Edinburgh Review, of advocating the cause of ignorance. The
WM. FORBES, in two volumes, octavo. meaning of different passages incol
A new edition of Hurrion's Works pated is stated to be, simply, that
that is in the press, viz. Sermons on Clirist human knowledge ought to be accom
Crucified and Glorified, and on the panied by religious sentiments. We
Holy Spirit, now first collected, with are not necessarily good,' says the
Life of the Author. Bishop, because we have acquired
Also a new edition of the Lime-street knowledge and learving, and the ex. Lecture Sermons. pansion of intellect does not neces
A Manuel of Pyrotechny, or a famisarily suppose or infer a disposition
liar System of Recreative Fire-works, to apply it to its truc cnds. It is by a Pseudonymous, is in the press. . impossible to gainsay this, as a philo
Riving ton's Annual Register for sophical proposition; tbc Bishop has
1822, will be ready for delivery at the also quoted, as advancing that popu
usual time in December yext. lar instruction should be more and
A Portrait of the late Edward Jenmore encouraged, but that it should
ner, M.D. F.R.S. &c. engraved by W. be pointed and directed to moral and
SHARP, &c. from a painting by W.
Hobday, will soon be published. reasonable objects. Mr. PLUMBE has in the press, a
Dr. George MiLLER is about to Treatise on Diseases of the Skin, in
publish Lectures on the Philosophy of tended to comprise the substance of
History, Vols. V. and VI, bringing the Essay for which the College of Sur
down the bistory of this country to the yeons have awarded to him the Jack
revolution. sonian Prize, a reprint of his Essay on
H. A. MEREwether, esq. is printPingworm, &c. &c.
ing a Treatise on the Law of Boroughs