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(CP COMMUNICATIONS for this head, from authors and booksellers, post paid, will be inserted free of expense. Literary advertisements will be printed upon

the covers at the usual price.

Articles of literary intelligence, inserted by the booksellers in the UNITED STATEs”
Gazet TE, will be copied into this Magazine without further order. *

RECENT AMERICAN PUBLICATIONS.

By Edward Earle, Philadelphia,

Published—The Eclectick Repertory, and Analytical Review. Medical and PhiIosophical. No. I.

Also-Observations on the Diseases of the Army. By , sir John Pringle. With Notes. By Benjamin Rush, M. D. Price three dollars.

Ay Bradford and Inskeep, Philadelphia,

Republished—The Borough, a Poem, in twenty-four letters. By the Rev. George Crabbe, L. L. B. Price $125, bound.

Also—The Rudiments of Chymistry; illustrated by Experiments, and eight Copperplate Engravings of Chymical Apparatus. By Samuel Parkes, author of the Chymical Catechism, &c. Price $125.

Published—The Annual Discourse, delivered before the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, on the 1st of November, 1810. By Joseph Hopkinson, Esq. Price 25 cents.

Also—The Lady's and Gentleman's Annual Pocket Remembrancer, for the Year 1811. Price $125, morocco–75 cts. red leather.

By Farrand and Micholas, Philadelphia,

Published—Vol. III. of the American Law Journal, and Miscellaneous Repository. By J. E. Hall, Esq. of Baltimore,

By David Hogan, Philadelphia,

Published—A Grammar of Chymistry; wherein the Principles of the science are familiarized, by a variety of easy and entertaining Experiments, with Questions for Exercise, and a Glossary of terms in common use. By the Rev. D. Blair, author of the Grammar of Philosophy, &c. Corrected and revised by Benjamin Tucker, author of Sacred and Profane History Epitomized, &c. Intended as an Elementary Book for schools, and a Companion for Private Students, particularly those who wish to attend popular Lectures.

By Bennett and Walton, Philadelphia,

Published—A short and easy Introduction to Universal Geography; by way of question and answer. Containing a general description of the Earth, with a brief Account of the Situation, Natural and Political state of all the principal Empires, Kingdoms, and Republicks throughout the known world. To which is prefixed, a definition of all the common Geographical Terms, and a number of useful Problems performed on the terrestrial globe. Intended for the use of Young Pupils in the Science of Geography. By Benjamin Davies, author of Modern Geography, &c. Second edition, corrected and improved.

Republished—Sequel to the English

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Reader; or Elegant Selections, in prose and poetry; designed to improve the highest class of learners in Reading—to establish a taste for just and accurate composition—and to promote the interests of piety and virtue. By Lindley Murray, author of English Grammar adapted to the different classes of learners, &c. Third edition with alterations and additions.

Also—An easy Grammar of History, ancient and modern; containing a brief Expression of the leading Facts in History; written so as to be easily committed to Memory. With Questions and Exercises, by means of which, History may be practically taught in schools. By the Rev. John Robinson, Master of the Free Grammar School at Ravenstondale, in Westmoreland.

-Brevis esse laboro. Hor.

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Published at Boston,

A Treatise on the Law of Patents.by T. G. Fessenden.

PROPOSED AMERICAN PUBLICATIONS.

E. Bronson, Philadelphia, Proposes to republish–Travels in various countries of Europe, Asia, and Africa. By Edward Daniel Clarke, L. L. D.

Edward Earle, Philadelphia, To republish—Humboldt’s Travels in South America.

Farrand and JWicholas, Philadelphia,

To publish by subscription—A new periodical work, to be issued quarterly, and to be entitled the American Review of History and Politicks, and General Repository of Literature and State Papers.This work will be well printed on a good paper, in octavo, and will consist of four numbers annually, of at least two hundred pages each, to be issued quarterly. The first number will be issued on the first of January, 1811. Price $6 per annum.

Also-Reports of Cases adjudged in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. By Horace Binney. Part III. of vol. 2, will be ready for publication in a few days.

Thomas Barton Zantzinger, and Co. Philadelphia,

Propose to republish—Wilkinson’s Atlas Classica. Being a collection of Maps of the Countries mentioned by the ancient authors, both sacred, and prophane; with their various subdivisions at different periods.

J. and A. Y. Humphreys, Philadelphia, To publish—Wallace, or the Fight of Falkirk. A Metrical Romance. By Miss Holford.

Thomas Dobson, Philadelphia, To republish—Albernethy’s Surgical Observations. Also, by subscription—The London

Pharmacopeia, 1810. Translated by Pow

ell, with considerable alterations and additions. - Also—A complete System of Chymistry. By Thomas Thomson, M. D. F. R. S. E.The work will be comprised in 5 very large octavo vols. and carefully printed with a good type on superfine paper. Price to subscribers, $3.25 cents for each volume, in boards, or $3.50 cents neatly bound and lettered.

JM. Carey, Philadelphia, To republish—A Grammar, illustrating the Principles and Practice of Trade and

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