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APRIL & JULY,
REPRINTED FOR THOS. KIRK, AND THOS. R. MERCEIN,
At the Office of the Edinburgh and Quarterly Reviews, No. 19 Wall-Sirçèt,
SOLD BY WM. WELLS, BOSTON; É. F. BACKUS, ALBANYA. SEWARD, TIÇA; COALE
Printed by T.& W. Mercein, No. 93 Gold-Street,
ART. I. Travels of Ali Bey in Morocco, Tripoli, Cyprus, Egypt, Arabia,
Syria, and Turkey, between the Years 1803 and 1807. Writ-
III. 1. Brief View of the Baptist Missions, and Translations; with
Specimens of various Languages in which the Scriptures are
printing at the Mission Press, Serampore.
2. Clavis Sinica: Elements of Chinese Grammar, with a Preliminary
Dissertation on the Characters, and the Colloquial Medium of the
Chinese; and an Appendix, containing the Ta-Hyok of Confu-
cius, with a Translation. By J. Marshman, D. D.
3. A Dictionary of the Chinese Language, in three Parts. Part I.
containing Chinese and English, arranged according to the Ra-
dicals. Part II. Chinese and English, arranged alphabetically..
Part III. English and Chinese. By the Rev. Robert Morrison 350
IV. The Works of William Mason, A. M. Precentor of York and
V. An Essay on the Prevention and Cure of Insanity, with Obser-
vations on the Rules for the Detection of Pretenders to Madness.
2. Report together with the Minutes of Evidence, and an Appendix
of Papers, from the Committee appointed to consider of Provi-
sions being made for the better Regulation of Madhouses in
England. (Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed,
11th July, 1815.) Each Subject of Evidence arranged under
its distinct Head. By J. B. Sharpe, Member of the Royal Col-
3. A Letter addressed to the Chairman of the Select Committee of
the House of Commons appointed to inquire into the State of
Madhouses. To which is subjoined, Remarks on the Nature,
Causes, and Cure of Mental Derangement. By Thomas Bakewell.
4. Observations on the Laws relating to Private Lunatic Asylums,
and particularly on a Bill for their Alteration, which passed the
House of Commons in the year, 1814:1
5. Practical Hints on the Construction, and Economy Di Pauper
Lunatic Asylums, including Instructions to, the Architects who
offered Plans for Wakefield Asylum, and a Sketch of the most
approved Design. By Samuel Tuke
man Invasion to the present Time, accompanied with a Narrative
of the Principal Events, designed more particularly for the In-
struction of Young Persons. By Mary Ann Rundall, of Bath,