The Annual Review and History of Literature, 2 tomas

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T. N. Longman and O. Rees, 1804
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Stephenss History of the Wars 4to 2 vols 31 13s 6d Phillips
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Ritchies Memoirs of Europe 8vo 3 vols 11 Ss Longman and Rees
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Adolphuss History of France 8vo 2 Vols 11 4s Kearsley
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Williamss Correspondence of Louis XVI c 8vo 3 vols 21s Robinsons
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Wittmans Travels in Turkey 4to 21 12s 6d Phillips
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Cards History of the Revolutions of Russia 8vo 12s Longman and Rees
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History of the Invasion of Switzerland 8vo 7s Longman and Rees
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Dallass History of the Maroons 8vo 2 vol 11 1s Longinan and Rees
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Crighton on the Origin of True Religion 8vo 1s Baynes 148 ibid
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Priestleys Socrates and Jesus compared 8vo 2s 6d Johnson
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Maurices Modern France 12ino 6s and 8s Hatchard
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Account of Leibnitzs Memoir to Louis XIV 8vo 2s Hatchard
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The French considered as a Military Nation 8vo Egerton
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Sketches c of France and Russia 8vo 12s Budd
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DIvernois Five Promises 8vo 7s Ginger
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Orrs Importance of Malta 1s Ginger
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Karamsins Travels 3 vols 12mo 15s Badcock
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Orrs Possession of Louisiana considered 8vo 1s 6d Ginger
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Broughams Colonial Policy svo 2 vols 18s Longman and Rees
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Chalmers on the War in Saint Domingo 8vo 2s öd Rivingtons
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A Letter on Manumission 8vo 1s Mawman
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Irelands Rhapsodies 12mo 7s Longman and Rees
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Foxs Speech May 24 1803 3s 6d Debrett 31 Addingtons Speech December 10 1802 1s Hatchard
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Earl Moiras Speech March 9 1803 6d Stockdale
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Bishop of Llandaffs Intended Speech 8vo 19 6d Cadell and Davies
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Adolphuss Reflections on the Rupture with France 8vo 3s 6d Hatchard
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Warrens Beneficence 4to 2s 6d Rivingtons
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Appeal to the People of the United Kingdom 4s Mawman 36 The Question Why do we go to War? 1s Wallis
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The Reason Why c 1s 6d Stockdale
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Observations suggested by ditto 1s Hatchard
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A Reply to two Pamphlets in Answer to ditto 2s Wallis
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Thoughts on Invasion 8vo 2s Longman and Rees
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Tucker on Invasion c 3d Longman and Rees
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Proceedings of the Loyal North Britons 8vo 1s Longman and Rees
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Cartwrights Englands Egis 12mo 4s 6d Phillips
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Parallel between England and Carthage 1s Murray
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Cursory Remarks c by a Near Observer 8vo 2s 6d Hatchard
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A Plain Answer to ditto 2s 6d Stockdale
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Elements of Opposition 8vo 2s 6d Hatchard
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Cobbetts Four Letters 8vo 2s Harding
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The Day of Alarm 8vo 4s Hatchard
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Reply to Financial Mistatements 1s 6d Hatchard
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Morgans Supplement to a Comparative View 8vo 1s Longman and Rees
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Roval Letters c 8vo 6d Badcock
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Winter on the Temper of the Irish 1s 6d Longman and Rees
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Hints c on the Catholic Clergy of Ireland 1s 6d Ginger
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Whateleys Hints on the Irish fishery 1s Hatchard
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Essays on the Population of Ireland c 2s Baldwins
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Howison on Paper Money 1s 6d Stockdale
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Lord King on the Bank Restriction 8vo 3s 6d Debrett
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Wheatly on Currency and Commerce 8vo 6s Cadell and Davies
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Burn on Stock Jobbing 8vo 2s 6d Boosey
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Colpitts Letter on the Police Is Jones
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Anstie on the Woollen Manufactory Egerton
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Vidlers Letters to Mr Fuller 8vo
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Hales Methodism Inspected Svo 2s Spragg
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Veraxs Vindication of Unitarianism 8vo 3s Johnson
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Bentley on the Divine Logos 12mo 3s Od Hurst ibid ibid 24 Reess Account of Christianity 12mo 1s Sael ibid 25 Browns Sermons 8vo 7s Longman a...
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Shepherds Sermons 8vo 6s Mawman
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Warners Practical Discourses 8vo 7s Robinsons 29 Gilpins Sermons vol 3 8vo 7s Cadell and Davies 163
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Nares Sermons 8vo 7s Rivingtons 31 Taylers Sermons 8vo 7s Longinan and Rees
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St Johns Practical Sermons 8vo 6s 6d Longman and Rees
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Buddos Essays and Sermons 3s 6d Longman and Rees
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Sermons by a Layman 8vo 6s Robinsons ibid 35 Estlins Sermons 8vo 7s 6d Johnson
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Wranghams Sermon 1s Mawman
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Wellbeloveds Sermon on Cappe 1s Johnson
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Sturchs Letter to Kentish 1s Johnson ibid 42 Kentishs Nature c of the Christian Ministry Johnson ibid 43 Overtons Duty of Britons 1s Mawman
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Bulmers National Defence 8vo 6d Spragg ibid 45 Broadhursts Sermon 6d Johnson
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Joyces Sermon 1s Johnson ibid ibid 47 Hughss Fast Sermon 1s Williams 48 Wellbeloveds Fast Sermon 1s Johnson
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Madans Fast Sermon 1s Longman and Rees
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Jerviss Fast Sermon 1s 6d Johnson
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W Evanss Fast Sermon 13 Longman and Rees
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Butlers Fast Sermon Is Longman and Rees ibid 53 Reess Fast Sermon Is Longman and Rees ibid 54 Disneys Fast Sermon 18 Johnson ibid ibid 55 Bel...
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Eatons Familiar Conversation 61 Address to the Society for the Suppression of Vice Part I 2s Hatchard ibid 62 Transactions of the Missionary Society...
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Daubeneys Vindicia Eccles Angl 8vo 8s Hatchard
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Bishop of Lincolns Charge 2s Cadell and Davies 215
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History Politics and Statistics
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Turners AngloSaxons vol 2 and 3 8vo 16s Longman and Rees
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Vindication of the Celts 8vo 5s Longman and Rees
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Robertss History of the Ancient Britons 8vo 5s Williams
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Cootes History of England 8vo vol 9 8s Kearsley
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Bissets Hist of the Reign of Geo III 8vo 6 vols 21 12s 6d Longman and Rees
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Hâys Insurrection in Wexford 8vo 10s 6d Cuthell
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Law
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Plowdens History of Ireland 4to vols 41 4s Egerton
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Millar on the English Government 8vo 4 vols 11 12s Mawman
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