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NE W

MEMOIRS

OF

LITERATURE,

Containing an ACCOUNT of

N E W BOOKS

Printed both at Home and Abroad,

WITH

DISSERTATIONS upon several Subjects,

Miscellaneous OBSERVATIONS, &c.

JULY '1725.

VOL. II.

LONDON:
Printed for WILLIAM and JOHN INNYS,

at the West End of St. Paul's. MDCCXXV.

Price One Shilling

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in The Principles of Deism truly represented and set

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BOOKS printed for W. and J. IN NY S.

Stronomical Principles of Religion, Natural and

Reveal d. By William Whifton, M. A, some time

Professor of the Matheniaticks in the University of

Cambridge. The ad Edit. 8vo. 1725.

2. The Works of that Learned and Judicious Divine,

Dr. Richard Hooker, in Eight Books, of the Laws of Ec-

clefiaftical Polity, &c. To this Edition is added a

large Alphabetical Index. Fol. 1723.

3. A Thort and plain Syntax for the Instruction of

Children in the Latin Tongue, by few and easy Rules

in their own Language. (It being impossible for them

to learn it by any other.) With Notes proper for the

higher Classes, and an Alphabetical Lift of near fix

hundred Adjectives of various Structure; and an Ap-

pendix, containing some Observations, which are not

to be found in any former Syntax or Grammar. For

the Use of Tamworth School. By Samuel Shaw, M. D.

and School-master of Tamworth, in the Counties of

Stafford and Warwick. Svo. 1724.

4. Opricks: Or, a Treatise of the Reflections, Re.

fra&tions, Infle&tions and Colours of Light. The third

Edition. By Sir Isaac Newton, Knight. 8vo. 1721.

5. Pharmacopeia Domestica, in usum eorum, qui

ruri medicinam facientes neceffe habent, ut pharmaco-

thecas privatas sibimet conftruant; scholiis, viriumque

enarrationibus illustrata, & in libros duos diftributa.

Per Thomam Fuller, M. D. Cantab. 120. 1723.

6.

in a clear Light, in two Dialogues between a Sceptick

and a Deist. The first concerning the Christian Revela-

tion. The second concerning Natural Religion. The

third Edition. 8vo. 1724.

7. The History of cold Bathing, both antient and

modern, in two Parts. The first written by Sir John
Floyer of Litchfield, Knight. The second treating of
the genuine Use of hot and cold Baths. Together with
the wonderful Effe&ts of Bath Water, drank hot from
the Pump, in decay'd Stomachs, and in most Diseases of
the Bowels, Liver and Spleen, Coc. Also proving that
the best Cures done by the cold Baths, are lately ob-
serv’d to arise from the temperate Use of the hot Baths
first. To which is added an Appendix by Dr. Edward
Baynard, Fellow of the College of Physicians, London,
The fifth Edit. Svo. 1722.

New Memoirs

OF

LITERATURE.

For JULY 1725.

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ARTICLE I. HISTOIRE ROMAINE, depuis la Fon

dation de Rome. Avec des Notes historiques, geographiques & critiques ; des Gravûres en Taille-douce; des Cartes geographiques, & plusieurs Medailles authentiques. Par les RR. PP. CATROU & ROUILLE' de la Compagnie de Jesus. A Paris, chez Jacques Rollin, &c. 1725.

That is,
The ROMAN HISTORY, from the Foun:

dation of Rome. With bistorical, geographical and critical Notes; Copper-cuts; JULY 1725.

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