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pectability, for the purpose of writing is about to proceed to Cochin, on the under his own sanctiun, an authenti. Coast of Malabar, for the purpose of ex. cated life of the late Admiral Lord amining the ancient Hebrew Manuscripts Viscount Nelson.
preserved in the Synagogue of the Jews Mr. Edmonston, author of a Treatise at that place. These Manuscripts are on the Egyptian Ophthalmia, will shortly represented to be of very high antiquity, publish an Inquiry into the contagious being supposed to contain that portion of nature of Ophthalmia; with a History the Scripture which was wriiten before of the Symptoms and Treatment of the dispersion of the Jews. A collation ocular inflammation in general.
of them with the European copies has Mr. John Hunt, author of historical been long desired by the learned. Surgery, proposes to publish Anatomical Another object of Dr. Buchanan's Speculations on the Form of Animals, mission will be to enquire into the State and on the new Opinions of Mr. Cline of the Native Christian Churches, in
Dr. Henderson is preparing for the the provinces of Travancore and Malapress a translation, with additional bar; particularly of thirty-five congrenotes of M. Cabanis' valuable Work, gations denominated by the Roman Caentitled Coup d'ail sur les Revolutions, tholics, the Schismatic Churches. These et sur la Reforme de la Medicine.
Christians refuse Communion with the Mrs. M. Lee is occupied on a History Romish Church, and adhere to the of the Isle of Man.
simple ritual of an early age. They are A work intitled the Fathers of the noticed in his history as early as the English church, or a Selection from the fourth Century, and are sopposed to have writings of the Reformers and earliest emigrated from Syria and Chaldea. · At protestant Divines of the Church of this day the Syro Chaldaic language is England-It is undertaken by several used in these Churches, and the Litúrgy clergymen, and will be published in is composed in that language and characnumbers and volumes successively. The ter. Agreeably to instructions received time of commencing the publication will from the Ecclesiastical Authorities at depend on the degree of early encou- home, a report is to be made on the ragement that may be given to the plan, the Constitution and Doctrines of these
Mrs. Owenson, a native of Ireland, is Churches, with a view to ascertain how engaged on a pastoral Tale, to be called far it may be the duty of the English the Wild Irish Girl, in which she pur- Church to recognise the Christians of poses to illustrate, the domestic State of Malabar, now that they are become subthe Yeomanry and Peasantry of Ireland.' jects of the British Empire. These
Mr. Carr, Author of the Stranger in churches have been governed for fifteen France, is preparing to publish a Work hundred years, by a regular succession under the Title of the Stranger in Ire- of Bishops whose ordination, (by the land
Patriarch of Antioch) is acknowledged Mr. J. H. Prince announces an ac- by the Church of England. count of his Life, pedestrian Excursions, Another subject of literary research and singular Upinions.
offers itself among these ancient chrisMr. W. A. Halls, of Newcastle upon tians : When the Portuguese first arrived Tyne, has nearly ready for Publication, in India, they burnt the writings and rea small Volume of original Pieces, in- cords found in the christian churches titled Nugæ Poeticæ,
(and among them, says a Ruinish Author, In une Volume 8vo, the Temple of some apostolical monuments) in order Truth; or, the Best System of Reason, that they might destroy the evidences of Philosophy, Virtue, and Morals, ana- their antiquity, and force them to an lytically arranged
union. But it has been stated recently Rev. R. Arinstrong's Elements of the by respectable authority, that certain Latin Tongue, with all the Rules in ancient manuscripts in the Chaldaic lanEnglish, for the more ready improve- guage, are yet preserved in the country ment of Youth. Second Edition revised of Travancore. and corrected. The Rev. Francis Hawes's Miscella
FRANCE. neous Translations, to which is added a G, Savage, M. D. has published the Latin Prize Essay, in one volume fuols- first number of, The Anatomy of the cap 8vo.
fighting Gladiator : this work, unique in EAST INDIES.
its kind, has been adopted as an elemen. The Rev. Dr. Claudius Buchanan, the tary work by the French Lustitute, in Provost of the college of Fort William, the class of the Fine Arts ; it will be
comprized in 3 folio numbers, price 14 tem : it will be completed in 3 Voluines, francs each.
of which the first now published, conM. L. B. Guyton-Morveau, well tains those plants which are used for the known for his Treatise on correcting Con- support of man : the second will contagion in the Air, has published a third tain those which are the food of beasts, Edition of his pamphlet, with plates, and the third, those which are used in and considerable additions, particularly manufactures (Oekonomische Pilanzenie relating to the Yellow Fever (Traité des kunde, vol. 1. 8vo. moyens de désinfecter l'air, 1 vol. 8vo. 6 M. A. Thaer has published the first franıs.). .
Volume of practical Instructions in Rural · Dr. Fouquier has translated Dr. J. Economy : consisting intirely of inBrown's Elements of Medicine, from formation relative to the management of the Original Latin, with those Additions cattle of all Descriptions. (Praktische Anwhich the author made in his English leitung, vol. 1. pp. 8vo. 2 plates, Berlin.) Edition. This is the first French Transla- Mr. G. Cully's Treatise on Domestic tion of this, widely circulated work, Animals, has been translated into Ger I vol. 8vo. pp. 550. Price 7 fr. 250. man by M. F. Daume, who visited Eng• M. L. P. Vieillot is publisbing at land in 1801, expressly to make practic Paris, the Natural History of the most cal observations on this subject (Uber die beautiful singing Birds of the Torrid Answahl und Veredlung, dc. 8vo. pp. Zune; it is embellished with coloured 178. plates. Berlin.) Plates, drawn by M. Préton, and en- It is with real pleasure that we learn, graved by M. Bonquet. The different that the excellent Lectures of the Right Species of Birds included in this Work, Rev. the Lord Bishop of London, on the are particularly rare and interesting, as Gospel of St, Matthew have been transpossessing brilliancy of plumage, united lated into the German language, by a with melody of song. (Histoire naturelle respectable gentleman near Berlin, and des plus beaux Oiseaux chanteurs de la will be published by Mr. Spoethen, prina Zone torride. 30 francs la livraison, ter in that city. 6 planches.)
We are also informed that Dean Mile GERMANY.
ner's Church History is now translating M. C. G. Wistling has published at into the German by Mr. Mortimer, a Leipzic the first Volume of a work en. gentleman who has already translated titled Economical Botany, for the use several English works, in a manner that of Agriculturists, Manufacturers, '&c. does him honour. classed aceording to the Linnean Sys
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*** In answer to a letter from the author of Lyra Evangelica, wie observe that, on referring to the remarks on his pamphlet in our last number, he will not find any opinion expressed on the point in question, He has, without doulit, as much right, as any writer of different views, to express his sentiments on the subject, though we certainly do not wish, in such a trivial matter to promote controversy. Knowing that on this question, the feelings have generally more influence, than the understanding. We had reason to doubt the efficacy of his arguments in removing instrumental music from public worship, although we think them well cat .culated likely to prevent its introduction.
Mr. Keeley's remarks, are received and noticed.
We have transmitted an answer to the polite note of A. F. Y. in the manner he directs. - We hope to take an early opportunity of satisfying the inquiries of M. Quin.
Mr. Batchellor's letter has been perused with attention.
Mr. Beldon is informed that we have not yet seen the work he alludes to. As country-printed books often escape our town collector, we should esteem it a favour if our friends would furnish uş with a copy of any work, which they wish to be noticed.
Mr. Dyer's work has been received, and is under consideration.
We have to thank various correspondents, for their obliging expressions of approbation.
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for Fetzalm -Tetzel 224 last line
for Wittenburg n Wittemburg 238,----15,
for argument f. agreement.