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Art. I. 1. Ap Abstract of the Annual Reports and Correspondence
of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, from
the Commencement of its Connexion with the East
India Missions, A. D. 1709, to the Present Day; toge-
ther with the Charges delivered to the Missionaries at
different periods, on their Departure for their several
Missions. Published by direction of the Board of the
Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge.
2. The Missionary Register, 1813–1824.
11. 1. Monumenti della Toscana.
2. Le Fabbriche più cospicue di Venezia, misurate, illus-
trate ed intagliate dai Membri della Veneta Real Acca-
demia di Belle Arti.
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III. 1. Römische Geschichte, von B. G. Niebuhr, History
of Rome. By B. G. Niebuhr.
2. Die ältere Geschichte des Römischen Staates unter-
sucht von W. Wachsmuth, Professor in Halle. An
Inquiry into tbe Early History of the Roman State.
By W. Wachsmuth.
3. Friedrich Creuzers Abriss der Römischen Antiquitäten.
Creuzer's Sketch of Roman Antiquities. - . - 67
IV. ). A Digest of Reports in Equity. By A. Hammond,
Esq. of the Inner Temple.
2. Analytical Digest of Reports of Cases in the Courts of
Common Law and Equity. By H. Jeremy, Esq. of the
3. Supplement to Bridgman's Digested Index of the Re-
ported Cases in the several Courts of Equity, with the
Points of Practice from the Earliest Period to the Pre-
sent Time. By J. Flather, Esq. of Lincoln's Inn,
Barrister at Law.
- - 92
Travels in South America, during the Years 1819-20-21;
containing an Account of the present State of Brazil,
Buenos Ayres, and Chile, By Alexander Caldcleugh,
Esq. - -
- - - - - 12
* VI. The Library Companion; or, the Young Man's Guide,
and the Old Man's Comfort, in the Choice of a Library.
By the Rev. T. F. Dibdin, F.R.S., A.S. - - - 152
The Present State of England in regard to Agriculture,
Trade, and Finance ; with a Comparison of the Pros-
pects of England and France. By Joseph Lowe, Esq. 160
VII. Fairy Legends and Traditions of the South of Ireland. 197
IX. The Star in the East; with other Poems. By Josiah
Conder. - - -
• - - - 211
X. The History of Ancient and Modern Wines. By A. Hen-
derson, M.D. - - - -
- - 232
New. Publications. . . . . . . . - 263
Art. I. 1. The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq., with Notes and Illus-
trations by himself and others. To which are added a new Life of the
Author, an Estimate of his Poetical Character and Writings, and oc-
casional Remarks. By William Roscoe, Esq.
2. The Works of Alexander Pope, with Notes and Illustrations. By
Joseph Warton, D.D., and others.
3. The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq., in Verse and Prose; containing
the principal Notes of Drs. Warburton and Warton ; Illustrations, and
Critical and Explanatory Remarks, by Johnson, Wakefield, A. Chal-
mers, F.S.A., and others. To which are added, yow first published,
some Original Letters, with additional Observations and Memoirs of
the Life of the Author. By the Rev. William Lisle Bowles, A.M.
Prebendary of Salisbury, and Chaplain to his Royal Highness the
Prince of Wales.
4. A Reply to the Charges brought by the Reviewer of Spence's Anec-
dotes, in the Quarterly Review for October, 1820, against the last
Editor of Pope's Works, and Author of ' A Letter to Mr. Campbell'
on the invariable Principles of Poetry. By the Rev. W.L. Bowles,
(inserted in the 330 Number of the Pamphleteer).
5. Observations on the Poetical Character of Pope, further elucidating
the invariable Principles of Poetry, &c.; with a Sequel, in reply to
Octavius Gilchrist. By the Rev. W.L. Bowles, (inserted in the 34th
and 35th Numbers of the Pamphleteer).
6. Letters to Lord Byron on a Question of Poetical Criticism: 3d Edia
tion, with Corrections. To which are now first added the Letter to
Mr. Campbell, as far as regards Poetical Criticism; and the Answer to
the Writer in the Quarterly Review, as far as they relate [it relates),
to the same subject: 2d Edition : together with an Answer to some
Objections, and further Illustrations. By the Rev. W. L. Bowles.
7. Letter to John Murray, Esq. on the Rev. W. L. Bowles's Strictures
on the Life and Writings of Pope. By the Right Hon. Lord Byron,
8. A Letter to the Rev. W. Lisle Bowles, in Answer to a Pamphlet re-
cently published under the title of a Reply to an Unsentimental sort
of Critic, the Reviewer of Spence's Anecdotes in the Quarterly Review
for October, 1820. By Octavius Gilchrist, Esq. F.S.A.
9. A Second Letter to the Rev. William Lisle Bowles, in Answer to his
Second Reply (printed in the Thirty-third Number of the Pamphleteer)
to the Reviewer of Spence's Anecdotes in the Quarterly Review for
October, 1820. By Octavius Gilcbrist, Esq. F.S.A.
10. A Third Letter to the Rev. William Lisle Bowles concerning Pope's
Moral Character: including some Observations on that Person's De-
meanour towards his Opponents, during the recent Controversy on
that Subject. By Octavius Gilchrist, Esq. F.S.A.
11. A Final Appeal to the Literary Public relative to Pope, in Reply to
certain Observations of Mr. Roscoe, in his Edition of that Poet's