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with the history and method of Cure of dums on the subject, addressed to the some of iheir most prevalent Dis- care of Mr. Gutch, or Messrs. Norton, ea es.
Bristol ; or to Mr. Taylor, Architectural To be published in a few days, elegant Library. Holborn, London. ly printed in deiny and royal quarto, No. XXV. of Britton's Architectural unforinly with the Lady of the Lake, Antiquities will be published in a few the vision of Don Frederick; a Poem. days, and will contain historical and By Walter Scott, Esq. Demy copies 15s. descriptive Accounts, by the Rev. Edboard-; royal (of which only sixty are ward Edwards, F. S. A. of the Red printed) 1!. 10s. This Poem 'wili also ap Mount Chapel, and St. Nicholas Chapel pear in the Edinburgh Annual Register, at Lynn in Norfolk : also se ven plates,
Marmi), or Plodden Field, a drama viz. 1. Sectional View of the former tic Poem, founded on the Poem of Mr. Building: 2. View of the South Porch Waiter Scott, is printnig in octavo,
of the latter : 3. View of the Church at M. W. Nicol, anthor of the Garden Christ-Church Hampshire: 4,5,6. Viewe er's Calendar, has in the press, in an oc of the Abley Gate at Bury St. Edmunds, tavo volume, the Planter's Calendar, or and details of the saine : 7. Porch of St. the Nurseryman and Forester's Guide Mary's Church at Bury. ja the Operat ops of the Nursery, the Iu a few days will be published, No. Forest, and th: Grove.
IV. of the Fine Arts of the Englisla Mr. J. P. Tupper, Member of the School, edited by John Britton, F. S A. Roya College of urgeons, has in the containing, 1. A Portrait of Sir Joshua press an E say on the Probability of Sen Reynolds, from a picture by himself, in pati@u in Vegetables, with additional ob the Council-room of the Royal Acadeservations on instinct, Sensation, and my; engraved by Wm. Bond: also a Irrliabi ity.
biographical Memoir of that eminent · The Plays of James Shirley, now first Artist, by James Northcote, Esq. R. A. collected, wi'h occasional Notes, and a 2. Sculpture. Vit w. of a Monument to critica, and piograpbical memoir of the the memory of Mrs. Howard, designed, auth!', are printing in six octavo vo and executed in Marble by Joseph Nolluna,
lekens, Esq. R. A. engraved by James Bi. Rivom field, author of the Farın Godby, with a descriptive Essay by R. er's moy, xc. will speedily publish the Hunt, Esq. 3. An kingraving, by Win. Best w the Wye, a poem.
Bond, from a Painting representing the 1 sty Lev. W. T. Tucker, Rector of “Si sth Angel loosing the four Angelo W svartsy in Devonshire, bas in the from the River Euphrates :! (vide Repre Hunton Hill, a descriptive poem. relations, ch. ix. ver. 14.) by Henry
Miss P. Baruell's posthumous volume, Howard, Esq. R. A. with a descriptive the Test of Virtue, and other Poems, Essay, by P. Hunt, Esq. 4. A Landwith an wegant Frootispiece, is in a state scape, called Pope's Villa, by J. M. of forwardness.
w.Tuner, Esq. R. A. and P. P. in the Mrs. Wells Sumbel has committed her Gallery of Sir John F. Leicester, Bart, long promised Memoirs to the press. Engraved by John Pye, and Chas. Heat ;
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Architect. The Accomplished Youth, or a Fami - Messrs. Leigh and Sotheby, in a short liar View of the true Principles of Mo- time will sell by auction, 1. The Prints, rality and Politeness, in a duodecimo vo Boons of Prints, and Drawings; also a lume, will be pablished in a few days. large and valuable collection of figured
A History and Description of the and coloured China Paper for Rooms, Church of St. Mary, Redcliff, Bristol, is and a few other Curiosities, of the late preparing for publication ; illustrated by Henry Compton, Esq. 2. The Library, Several engravings, displaying the inte. Prints, and Books of Prints, of the late rior and exterior architecture, with plan, Rev. William Pennicott, M. A. of Long &c. of that Building; from Drawings Ditton, near Kingston, Surry. 3. Part by Charles Wild. To make a small vo- of the Library, Books of Prints, and lume, royal 8vo. The Author, Mr. J. Prints, of the Hon. John Thomas Capel, Britton, will be obliged for the commu- removed from his seat in the country.. nication of any documents, or memoran
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Elizabeth Smith, Author of Fragments in Prose and Verse. With a Preface and Annotations, by the Rev. T. Randolph, D. D. Second Edition, 8vo. pp. 207, Price 7s. Cadell and Davies, Hatchard. 1810. THERE is, perhaps, no part of the Bible that has excited
the pen of sacred criticism more frequently, than the very singular and exquisitely sublime poem before us. A venerable shade of obscurity is thrown equally over its author, its language, and its train of imagery; and a hallowed curiosity has hence been evinced in all ages to dive into the gloom, and enucleate its difficulties. Hence almost every nation, independently of its general interpreters of sacred writ, has to boast of a multitude of monogrummists upon the book of Job, (if we may be allowed to employ a term which has hitherto been limited to natural history, who, by confining their attention to this work alone, have endeavoured to put the public into possession of its full history and meaning. Of this description of critics, the best writers on the continent are--Luis de Leon of Spain, the two Schultenses of Holland, and Vogel and Reiske of Germany, the last of whom would have been by far the best qualified for the work, if he had not unfortunately laboured under an irresistible propensity to be perpetually innovating upon the Hebrew text.
In our own country, we have been peculiarly rich in the same class of writers; and that both in prose and verse. The verse-translators are Sandys and Scott; with the former of whom, it may be sufficient to observe, thai Johnson was so highly pleased, as to have selected his poem as one of the standard authorities for his Dictionary. As a whole it possesses, indeed, a considerable degree of merit; though it is rather a merit that flashes occasionally upon the sight, than Vol. VII.
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