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USEFUL PROJECTS.

Plan for the Relief of the West-India Planters. By Alexander Thomson, Esq. of Old Brompton, Major in the Royal York Mary-le-bone Volunteers

Hints for Domestic Improvement..

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On drying Articles of Manufacture, and heating Buildings, by Steam,
By R. Buchannan, Esq. Civil Engineer, Glasgow・ ・ ・ ・ ・
On the Utility and Advantage of Gas Lights. By William Murdock.
Communicated by the Right Hon. Sir Joseph Banks, K. B. P. R. S.

Specifications of Patents.

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Specification of the Patent granted to William Congreve, of Gardencourt, in the County of Middlesex, Esq. for a new Principle of Measuring Time, and constructing Clocks and Chronometers. Dated August 24, 1808.

New Patents lately enrolled ......

Method of arranging a School into Classes

ANTIQUITIES.

First Presbyterian Church in England

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Solution of the Mystery, "Who was the Man who Beheaded Charles the First"

Ancient and Modern Smithfield compared

A curious Estimate of House-keeping

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Conjectures concerning the Introduction of the Names of James and Charles in the Royal Family of Scotland••

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Ode for the New-Year, 1808. By Henry James Pye, Esq. Poet

Laureat..

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Ode for the King's Birth-Day. By the same.
Introduction to Canto Second of Marmion. By W. Scott, Esq. 203
Trial of Constance. From the same.

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Song

Song of Fitz-Eustace. From the same·

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Banquet at Holyrood-House, where James IV. of Scotland held his court.

From the same

Lochinvar. Lady Heron's Song

To the Memory of those who fell in the Defence of Saragossa.

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The Days that are gone. By Mr. Tomlins, of Shrewsbury...
Catch, now singing by the People, the Ministers, and the three great
Commanders!!!

Sir Hew. From the Morning Herald.
Epitaph on a Dog. By Mr. Parry

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Lines addressed to Miss Egerton. By the Rev. Mr. Thyer.... 221 Imitation of the much-admired Dialogue between Horace and Lydia. By James Horatio Rudge, Esq.

To the Moon. From the Morning Herald·

Ode to Evening··

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Verses on a Fountain in Hampshire, which affords a constant Supply of water to a large Fish-Pond. From the Morning Chronicle 224 Lines translated from the Irish. From the same

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Poetical Description of the River Lagan. Written during a Flood.
From the Morning Herald..

The Savoyard's Return. From the Morning Herald.
Alexander's Feast. An Ode. By Dr. Wolcot..

Epigram. In Pauperiem. From the Monthly Magazine
The Otaheitan Mourner. From the same.

The Immortal Memory and the Glorious Cause

Lines extracted from Poems by the Rev. George Crabbe.
A Forced Marriage. From the Same··

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Courtship of an Innocent and Beautiful Village Maiden.

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Sad Situation of the same young Woman at the end of two Years. the same.

ACCOUNT OF BOOKS.

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A History of the Early Part of the Reign of James the Second; with
an Introductory Chapter. By the Right Honourable Charles James
Fox. To which is added an Appendix
Account of the Life and Writings of James Bruce, of Kinnaird, Esq.
F.R.S. Author of Travels to discover the Source of the Nile, in the
Years 1768, 1769, 1770, 1771, 1772, and 1773. By Alexander
Murray, F.A.S. E. and Secretary for Foreign Correspondence, in 504
Pages, 4to. with Engravings··

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Asiatic Researches; or Transactions of the Society instituted in Bengal, for inquiring into the History and Antiquities, the Arts, Sciences, and Literature of Asia. Volume the Eighth. Printed verbatim from the Calcutta Edition. Pp. 538, 4to.

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DIRECTIONS TO THE BINDER.

The binder is requested to observe the following order in placing the three series

of signatures in this Volume.---[B]---A---4.

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