The Annual Review and History of Literature, Volume 3

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T. N. Longman and O. Rees, 1805 - Books
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Contents

Fessendens Poems 12mo 7s 6d Longman and Co
9
Lyns Powers of Genius 12mo 5s Longman and Co
10
Rickmans Ode on St Domingo 6d Rickman
11
Teckeys Voyage to New South Wales 8vo 5s Longman and Co
12
Bloomfields Good Tidings 4to 2s 6d Vernor and Hood
13
Spencers Year of Sorrow 4to 5s Cadell and Davies
14
British Purity a Tale 4to 3s Button and Son
15
Huddesfords Wiccamical Chaplet 8vo 65 Leigh
16
1s Miller
17
Macleans Excursion in France 8vo 6s Longman and Co
18
Bonaparte and the French People under his Consulate 8vo 7s Tipper
29
Jordans Claims of the West India Colonists 3s Cadell and Davies
35
Belshams Sermon on the Death of Dr Pricsticy 2s Johnson ibid
37
Oisneys ditto 1s ditto ibid
38
Edwardss ditto 1s 6d litto ibid 40 Toulmins ditto 1s 6d ditto ibid
40
Percivals Account of the Cape of Good Hope 4to 11 Baldwins 84
41
Woods ditto 1s ditto 138
42
Skinners Visitation Sermon 1s Rivington ibid
43
Corries Sermon 1s Johnson ibid
44
Kentishs Sermon on Fåucation 1s ditto 141
46
Doddridges Lectures on Preaching 2s 6d Ogle ibid
47
Toulmins Addresses to Young Men 12mo 3s Johnson ibid
48
Mason on the State of the Irish Catholics 1s 6d Longman and Co
53
5s Phillips
56
letter to Lord Hamilton 1s 0d Longman and Co
60
Barrows Travels in China 4to 21 12s 6d Cadell and Davies
69
3 Martin on Mendicity in the Metropolis 8vo 1s 4d
70
Kourbues Travels to Paris 3 vols 12mo 13s 6d Phillips
88
Theology
94
Fellowess Guide to Immortality 3 vols 8vo 11 4s White
106
Less on the New Testament 8vo 7s Rivingtons 1 10
121
Layards Sermons 8vo 12s IRivingtons
127
4 Grants Manual of Religious Knowledge 2s Hatchard
142
Fashionable World displayed 2s 6d ditto ibid 51 Biddulphs Missionary Sermon 1s Williams
143
Priestleys History of the Christian Church vol 3 to 6 11 12s Johnson
144
Narrative of Fvents among the Irish Quakers svo 5s 6d Johnson
148
Narrative of Proceedings against H Barnard c 8vo 4s ditto ibid 55 Obscrwations concerning 1avid Sands ibid 56 Address to the Society of Friends ...
150
Letter to Bevan concerning the Quakers Glendining ibid 58 1aubeneys Guide to the Church 8vo 2 vols 17s Rivingtons
154
Observations on Clerical Nonresidence 2s 6d Robinson ibid 69 Letter on Tythes 8vo ibid G1 Inness Reasons for separating from the Church of S...
155
Northmores Tryphiodorus ēvo Payne
156
Account of the Fall of the Venetian Republic 8vo 5s I Hatchard
157
Cards Outlines of the Papal Power svo 3s 6d Longman and Co
164

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Page 138 - And the servant of the Lord must not strive ; but be gentle unto all men, apt to teach, patient, in meekness instructing those that oppose themselves, if God peradventure will give them repentance to the acknowledging of the truth...
Page 136 - But none of these things move me, neither count I my life dear unto myself, so that I might finish my course with joy, and the ministry, which I have received of the Lord Jesus, to testify the gospel of the grace of God.
Page 225 - Duty in that station of life to which it has pleased God to call him.
Page 124 - Being the time of the Yearly Meeting of the Children educated in the Charity Schools, in and about the Cities of London and Westminster.
Page 495 - I was not more than thirteen, when three of these young women, unknown to each other, having an high opinion of my taciturnity, revealed to me their love-secrets, in order to induce me to give them copies to write after, or correct, for answers to their lovers' letters ; nor did any one of them ever know that I was the secretary to the others.
Page 501 - ... enough to love. (As if love must have more time than friendship:) This was sincerely my meaning, and I had this meaning till Klopstock came again to Hamburg. This he did a year after we had seen one another the first time. We saw, we were friends, we loved ; and we believed that we loved ; and a short time after I could even tell Klopstock that I loved.
Page 501 - Klopstock, she loves him as her lifely son, and thanks God that she has not persisted. We married, and I am the happiest wife in the world. In some few months it will be four years that I am so happy, and still I dote upon Klopstock as if he was my bridegroom.
Page 134 - O thou sword of the Lord, how long will it be ere thou be quiet ? put up thyself into thy scabbard, rest, and be still.
Page 524 - You have still an honourable part to act. The affections of your subjects may still be recovered. But before you subdue their hearts you must gain a noble victory over your own. Discard those little, personal resentments which have too long directed your public conduct. Pardon this man the remainder of his punishment; and, if resentment still prevails, make it what it should have been long since — an act, not of mercy, but of contempt.
Page 511 - Friend. Remember thy Creator in the days of thy youth, is big with the deepest wisdom : The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom ; and, an upright heart, that is understanding.

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