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1794. 13 LETTERS on the crimes of George III., addressed to Citizen
Denis; by an American officer in the service of France. 8vo. Part I., pp. 80. Part II., pp. 135.
Paris. The author's name was J.S. Eustace. 14 A TREATISE on the Fevers of Jamaica, with some observations
on the intermitting fever of America ; and an appendix, containing some hints on the means of preserving the health of
soldiers in hot climates. By Robert Jackson, M.D. 8vo. pp. 440.
Murray, 15 An Essay on the Rhus toxicodendron, pubescent poison oak
or sumach ; with cases, shewing its efficacy in the cure of paralysis, and other diseases of extreme debility.
By John Alderson, M.D.
Johnson, 8vo. pp. 34. 16 AN ABRIDGEMENT of Mr. Edwards's civil and commercial history of the British West Indies.
London. 8vo. 2 vols. In an advertisement, prefixed to this work, it is stated that it was published
in consequence of the avarice of the bookseller placing the original work in the reach only of the opulent. Avarice also, most probably, produced
this abridgment. 17 Hortus AmeriCANUS: containing an account of the trees,
shrubs, and other vegetable productions of South America and the West India islands, particularly of the island of
Jamaica. By Dr. Henry Barham. Kingston (Jam.) 8vo. pp. 212. 18 The case of the agent to the settlers on the coast of Yucatan,
and the late settlers on the Mosquito Shore, stating the whole of his conduct in soliciting compensation for the losses sustained by each of those classes of H. M.'s injured and dis
tressed subjects, 18th November, 1793. Cadell, Quarto, pp. 320.
The agent's name was White. 19 A view of the relative Situation of Great Britain and the
United States of America. By a Merchant. 8vo.
21 LETTERS on Emigration. By a gentleman lately returned 1794, from America.
to America, the artizan may want for employment, and the husbandman
Arrowsmith, Quarto, pp. 16. 23 MemoiRES HISTORIQUES, et piéces authentiques, sur M. de la
Fayette, pour servir à l'histoire des révolutions. Paris. 8vo. pp. 303.
A collection of papers and extracts relating to La Fayette.
sacerdote religioso hijo del real convento de predicadores de
author corrects many errors into which Venegas has fallen, and gives an
the period in which he was engaged as a missionary.
en la provincia de Cartagena, la mas principal del nuevo
al Estado. Por el Teniente Coronel de Infanteria agregado
Puerto de Santa Maria.
mientos de los Españoles en el mar oceano, en el siglo XV y
Cladera dignidad de Tesorero de la Santa Iglesia de Mallorca. Small 4to. Portraits.
Madrid. 27 DISERTACION sobre el aspecto, cultivo, comercio y virtudes
de la famosa planta del Peru nombrada Coca, &c. Por el
and used by them in the manner the betel is used in the East. Before
were also used as a substitute for money. 28 CalendaRIO MANUAL Y guia de forasteros de la isla de Cuba. Para el año de 1794.
Havana. Small 12mo. With a map of the island. 29 FLORA PERUVIANÆ ET Chilensis prodromus, sive novorum
generum plantarum Peruvianarum et Chilensium descriptiones
The first volume of the Flora Peruviana, &c. of the same authors was
1 A JOURNEY from Prince of Wales's Fort, in Hudson's Bay, to
the Northern Ocean. Undertaken by order of the Hudson's
the course of four years, and extended to the Copper-mine River. This
This publication has not entirely the merit of originality, several extracts 1795.
the inestimable blessings of civilized society. M. R.
View of the American United States, and of the European
very impudent compilation of extracts, made without any judgment,
from various authors.
written at various times between the years 1787 and 1794.
Interspersed with authentic documents. The whole
Johnson, 8vo. pp. 512.
First printed in Philadelphia, in 1794.
Congress, commencing November 3, 1794, and ending March
of essays, resolves, speeches, &c. relative to, or having affinity
read in the House of Representatives of the United States,
nexed, an act for making provisions for the support of public credit, and the redemption of the debt. Printed by order of the House of Representatives.
Debrett, Quarto. “ These authentic state papers of a rising Western empire will, we suppose,
be considered by political readers as documents of no inconsiderable value; and an attentive perusal of them may possibly furnish useful bints of sound policy and national economy, to wbich European governments may
attend with advantage.” M. R. 7 OFFICIAL LETTERS to the Honourable American Congress, writ
ten during the war between the United Colonies and Great Britain; by H. E. George Washington, commander-in-chief
of the Continental Forces, now President of the United States. 8vo. 2 vols.
and this is eminently the character of these letters of Washington, which
Published by special permission.
and the United States of America; by their President, with
the advice and consent of the Senate, November 19, 1794. 8vo.
Debrett, Mr. Jay's celebrated treaty. 9 A LETTER from Pennsylvania to a friend in England : contain
ing valuable information with respect to America. By L. J. Jardine, M.D.
Dilly, 8vo. pp. 31.
This pamphlet consists of comparative views of the several plans which