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DR. LARDNER'S CABINET CYCLOPÆDIA.
VOLUMES PUBLISHED. 1. 4. HISTORY of SCOTLAND, in 2 Vols. By Sir Walter Scott, Bart. 2. HISTORY of MARITIME and INLAND DISCOVERY, in 3 Vols. -Vol. I. 3. DOMESTIC ECONOMY. By M. Donovan, Esq.-Vol. I. 5. A TREATISE on MECHANICS.1 Vol. with Plates. By Capt. H. Kater
V.P.R.S., and the Rev. Dr. Lardner. 6. Lives of the MOST EMINENT BRITISH LAWYERS. By H. Roscoe, Esq.
VOLUMES TO BE PUBLISHED. 1st June.- Cities and PRINCIPAL Towns of the WORLD, in 3 Vols.--Vol. I. 1st July. - HISTORY of ENGLAND, in 3 Vols. By the Right Hon. Sir James
Mackintosh, M.P. - Vol. I.
VOLUMES IN PREPARATION.
HISTORY of MARITIME and INLAND DISCOVERY. - Vols. II. & III.
By J. F. W. Herschel, Esq. F.R.S. L. & E., &c.
Esq. LL.D. Poet Laureate. A TREATISE on ASTRONOMY.* By J. F. W. Herschel, Esq. Lives of the MOST EMINENT LITERARY and SCIENTIFIC CHARACTERS of ALL
NATIONS, in 8 Vols. By Scott, Southey, Moore, Mackintosh, Campbell, and all the principal Literary and Scientific Contributors to the Cyclo
pædia, Lives of the MOST EMINENT ARTISTS of ALL NATIONS, in 5 Vols. By the
principal Contributors to the Work. A TREATISE on BOTANY. By John Lindley, Esq. F.R.S. LIVES of the MOST EMINENT BRITISH MILITARY COMMANDERS, in 3 Vols.
By the Rev. G. R. Gleig, Author of “ The Subaltern." A PRELIMINARY DISCOURSE for the CABINET of HISTORY. By Sir James
Mackintosh, LL.D. F.R.S. M.P. A TREATISE on CHEMISTRY. By Edward Turner, M.D. HISTORY of GREECE, in 2 Vols. By the Rev. C. Thirlwall, F. T. C. Cam. A TREATISE on Oprics. By David Brewster, LL.D.F.R.S. HISTORY of FRANCE to the Restoration of the Bourbons, in 2 Vols. DESCRIPTIVE GEOGRAPHY, in 3 Vols. By the Author of the History of
Maritime Discovery. SACRED HISTORY, in 1 Vol. By the Rev. Thomas Dale, A.M. DOMESTIC ECONOMY. - Vol. II. ' By M. Donovan, Esq. M.R.I.A. A COMPLETE SYSTEM of NATURAL HISTORY, in 12 Vols. By the most emi.
nent Naturalists of the Age, Fellows of the Linnæan and Zoological Societies,
* It is intended that the scientific treatises shall be written in a popular and generally intelligible style, entirely free from mathematical symbols, and disencumbered, as far as possible, of technical phrases. That they will not, however, be superficial or unsound, the publishers trust is guaranteed by the names of the eminent persons who have undertaken to write them.
LONDON : Printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, Paternoster Row;
and John Taylor, Upper Gower Street, May, 1830.
CONDUCTED BY THE
REV. DIONYSIUS LARDNER, LL.D. F.R.S. L. & E.
M.R.I.A. F.L.S. F.Z.S. Hon. F.C.P.S. M. Ast.S. &c. &c.
EMINENT LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC MEN.
EMINENT BRITISH LAWYERS.
HENRY ROSCOE, ESQ.
BARRISTER AT LAW.