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Forbes, many years Lord President of the Court of Session in Scotland. Illustrated by Engravings. 4to. 31. 3s.

The Annual Register, or a View of History, Politics, and Literature, for the Year 1814. 8vo. 16s.


A Treatise on the Law of Wills and Codicils. By William Roberts, of Lincolns Inn, Esq. Barrister at Law. Second Edition, much enlarged and improved, in 2 Volumes. 8vo. 17. 18s. Taunton's Reports, Volume IV. Part V.

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Decisions of the First and Second Division of the Court of Session, from November 1812 to November 1813, collected by A. Clephane, R. Bell, J. Campbell, and J. Dunlop, Esq. Advocates. By appointment of the Faculty of Advocates. Pot Folio.

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The Enemy of Empiricism; or a concise Explanation of the most important Functions of the animal Economy. By a genuine Disciple of Hippocrates.

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The Morbid Anatomy of the Liver, being an Inquiry into the Anatomical Character, Symptoms, and Treatment of certain Diseases which impair or destroy the Structure of that Viscus. Order I. Tumours. Part II. On the Varieties of the Tubera Diffusa. By J. R. Farre, M. D. 8vo. 15s.

History of the Small Pox, by James Moore, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of London, &c. Author of the Campaign in Spain, by Lieut. Sir John Moore, K. B. The Progress of the Small Pox is traced from its oriental Origin to Arabia, Africa, Europe, and America, and interspersed with Historical and Biographical Incidents. 8vo. 128.

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The Bible, or Book of Books, being a Fountain of universal Information. Sheet.

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Panharmonicon, designed as an Illustration of an engraved Plate, in which is attempted to be proved that the Principles of Harmony more or less prevail throughout the whole System of Nature, but more especially in the human Frame. By F. Webb. 4to. 17. 18.

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Harmonies of Nature. By J. B. H. De Saint Pierre; Being a Sequel to his

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