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and the United States of America. With some remarks on the present high price of sugar, and the means of reducing it. By A. C. Brown.

Faulder, 8vo. 22 VOYAGES to the Madeira and Leeward Caribbee Islands; and

sketches of the natural history of those islands. By Maria R

Edinburgh. 12mo. pp. 105. 23 A voyage To The South Sea, undertaken by command of

H. M. for the purpose of conveying the bread-fruit tree to
the West Indies, in H. M's. ship the Bounty, commanded by
Lieut. Wm. Bligh. Including an account of the mutiny on
board said ship, and the subsequent voyage of part of the
crew, in the ship's boat, from Tofoa, one of the Friendly

Islands, to Timor, in the East Indies. With charts, &c.
Quarto.

Nicol,
24 A LETTER from Percival Stockdale to Granville Sharpe, Esq.

Suggested to the author by the present insurrection of the

negroes in the island of St. Domingo. Clarke, 8vo. pp. 28.

In defence of the negroes. 25 A PARTICULAR ACCount of the commencement and progress

of the insurrection of the negroes in St. Domingo, which began in August 1791: being a translation of the speech made to the National Assembly the 3d of November, 1791, by the deputies from the General Assembly of the French part of St. Domingo.

Sewell, 8vo. pp. 47. 26 Idees SOMMAIRES sur la Restauracion de Saint-Domingue,

presentées à la nation, au roi, et à la colonie. Paris. 8vo. pp. 88.

By M. Louis Marthe de Gouy. 27 LE FÉDÉRALISTE, ou collection de quelques ecrits en faveur

de la constitution proposée aux Etats Unis de l'Amérique, par la convention convoquée en 1787; publiés dans les Etats Unis de l'Amérique par MM. Hamilton, Madisson, et Jay, citoyens de l'Etat de New York,

Paris. 8vo. 2 vols.

Translated by Trudaine de la Sabliére. In 1795 this work was issued as a 1792.

second edition, with twenty pages of the introduction cancelled. The
original essays, which first appeared in the newspapers, were first pub-

lished in a collected form in 1788.
28 DESCRIPCION HISTORICA Y CRONOLOGICA de las dos Piedras,

que con ocasion del nuevo empedrado que se està formando
en la plaza principal de Mexico, se hallaron en ella el año de
1790. Explicase el sistema de los calendarios de los Indios,
el metodo que tenian de dividir el tiempo y coreccion que
hacian de el para igualar el año civil, de que usaban con el
año solar tropico. Noticia muy necesaria para la perfecta
inteligencia de la segunda piedra : à que se añaden otras
curiosas e instructivas sobre la Mitologia de los Mexicanos,
sobre su astronomia, y sobre los ritos y ceremonias que
acostumbraban en tiempo de su gentilidad. Por Don Antonio
de Leon у
Gama.

Mexico.
Quarto.
Don José Antonio Alzate y Ramirez, in the “ Gazeta de Literatura" of

Mexico, of the 15th and 31st July, 1792, criticises this work rather
60: 6 'ely, denying the conclusions drawn by Sr. Gama from the appear-
ance of these curious Mexican antiquities. A new edition was printed

in 1832, with the second part, never before published.
29 TRATADO DEL REAL DERECHO de las Medias-anatas seculares

y del servicio de Lanzas à que estan obligados los titulos de
Castilla. Origen historico de este Juzgado en el Reyno del
Peru, &c. Por Don Joseph de Rezabal y Ugarte. Oidor

decano de la Nueva Real Audiencia del Cuzco, &c. Madrid. Folio

pp.

252.
An appendix contains an account of the titles conferred on persons in Peru.
30 QUINOLOGIA ó tratado del arbol de la Quina ó Cascarilla, con

su descripcion y la de otras especies de Quinos nuevamente
descubiertas en el Peru. Por Don Hipolito Ruiz, Primer
Botanico de la expedicion del Peru.

Madrid.
Quarto, pp. 103.

A supplement to this treatise was printed in 1801. 31 DELLA SCOPERTA DELL' America del-J. Rin. Conte Carli

in resposta alla lettera di M. Otto intorno a tale argumento,

Stampata nel Vol. 11. di Transazioni di Società di Filadelfia. 8vo.

Milano,
Meusel x. 2.

P. 330.

MDCCXCIII.

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1 The discovery, settlement, and present state of Kentucky, and

an introduction to the topography and natural history of that rich and important country; also Col. Daniel Boon's narrative of the wars of Kentucky; with an account of the Indian nations within the limits of the United States, &c. By John Filson. Illustrated with a large whole sheet map of Kentucky, from actual survey.

Stockdale, 8vo. pp. 67. This account of Kentucky, which was first published in 1784, at Wilmington,

bears every mark of authenticity. It was drawn up from personal notice, or immediate information, and is attested by the signatures of three respectable inhabitants of the country. The author is a believer in the set

tlement of a Welsh colony in this country by Madoc, in 1170. 2 History of the government of the island of Newfoundland.

With an appendix, containing the acts of parliament made respecting the trade and fishery. By John Reeves, esq. chief justice of the island.

Sewell, 8vo. pp. 283. 3 Report of the secretary of the treasury of the United States,

on the subject of manufactures. Presented to the House of Representatives, Dec. 5, 1791.

Debrett, 8vo. pp. 129. By Alexander Hamilton, esq. The proper measures for fostering manu

factures and trade are considered in this report with much knowledge,

policy, and accurate discernment.” M.R. 4 A case decided in the supreme court of the United States, in

February, 1793. In which is discussed the question,“ Whether a state be liable to be sued by a private citizen of another state."

Dobson, Philadelphia. 8vo. pp. 120. 5 Return of the whole number of persons within the several dis

tricts of the United States, according to an act providing for the enumeration of the inhabitants of the United States, passed March 1, 1791.

Phillips, 8vo. pp. 56.

Reprinted from the Philadelphia edition. 6 THE EMIGRANTS, or the history of an expatriated family, being

a delineation of English manners, drawn from real characters. 1793. Written in America, by G. Imlay, Esq. author of the Topographical Description of the Western territory. 12mo. 3 vols.

Hamilton,
This appears to be a philosophical novel, founded, the author says, princi-

pally on facts. It is well spoken of in the Monthly Review.
7 The history of the American Revolution. By David Ramsay,

M.D. of South Carolina. A new edition. Stockdale, 8vo. 2 vols.

First printed at Philadelphia, in 1789.
8 A SHORT ACCOunt of the malignant fever lately prevalent in

Philadelphia ; with a statement of the proceedings that took
place on the subject in different parts of the United States.

By Matthew Carey. Third edition, improved. Philadelphia.
8vo. pp. 138.
This pamphlet is rather a historical account of the circumstances attending

the visitation of the yellow fever, which proved so fatal in Philadelphia,
in the year 1793, and in which “Mr. Carey has presented his fellow
citizens with a collection of facts and observations well calculated for the
satisfaction of their anxious curiosity. The friends of mankind every-

where will be gratified by it.” M.R.
9 An nisTORICAL INVESTIGATION into the first appearance of the

venereal disease in Europe ; with remarks on its particular
nature. To which are added, observations on the non-ne-
cessity of quarantines being observed against the plague, &c.
By M. Sanchez, doctor of the faculty of medicine at Paris.

Translated from the French, by Joseph Skinner, surgeon.
8vo. pp. 84.
The author of this tract is of opinion that the venereal disease was carried

to the New World by the Spaniards. The evidence that it was known

in Europe before the discovery of America appears to be quite conclusive. 10 The history, civil and commercial, of the British colonies in

the West Indies; in two volumes. By Bryan Edwards, Esq.
of the Island of Jamaica.

Stockdale,
4to, 2 vols.
First edition of this valuable work, frequently reprinted. A third volume

was published in 1801. The most complete edition appears to be that

of 1819, in 5 volumes 8vo. 11 OBSERVATIONs on the passage between the Atlantic and Pacific

Oceans, in two memoirs, on the straits of Anian, and the dis

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MDCCXCIII.
1 THE DISCOVERY, settlement, and present stat

an introduction to the topography and nat
rich and important country; also Col. Da
tive of the wars of Kentucky; with an acco
nations within the limits of the United Stat
Filson. Illustrated with a large whole sheet
from actual survey.

S
8vo. pp. 67.
This account of Kentucky, which was first published in

bears every mark of authenticity. It was drawn up
or immediate information, and is attested by the sig
spectable inhabitants of the country. The author is

tlement of a Welsh colony in this country by Madoc, 2 History of the government of the island of

With an appendix, containing the acts of 1
respecting the trade and fishery. By Jol

chief justice of the island.
8vo.
3 REPORT of the secretary of the treasury of the

on the subject of manufactures. Presented

Representatives, Dec. 5, 1791. 8vo. pp. 129. By Alexander Hamilton, esq. “The proper measures factures and trade are considered in this report with

policy, and accurate discernment.” M.R.
4 A case decided in the supreme court of the U

February, 1793. In which is discussed the que
a state be liable to be sued by a private cit
state."

Dobs
8vo. pp. 120.
5 Return of the whole number of persons within

tricts of the United States, according to an a
the enumeration of the inhabitants of the

passed March 1, 1791. 8vo. pp. 56.

Reprinted from the Philadelphia edition 6 THE EMIGRANTs, or the history of an expatria

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