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PUBLICATIONS BY JOHN AND H. L. HUNT,

Tavistock Street, June 7th, 1824.
Just published, in ne vol. octavo,
The POSTHUMOUS POEMS of the late PERCY
Bysshe SHELLEY, Esq. containing

The Witch of Atlas;
Julian and Maddalo;
The Triumph of Life;
Alastor, or the Spirit of Solitude (reprinted);

TRANSLATIONS.--- The Cyclop, a Satyric Drama, from Euripides;
Homer's Hymn to Mercury. From the Faust of Goëthe, &c.

Miscellaneous Poems.

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Preparing for publication, in foolscap octavo,
A Volume of POETICAL TRANSLATIONS and
IMITATIONS. By the AUTHOR of “ IRELAND."

In the press, foolscap octavo,
The WORKS of the Right Honourable Lord Byron.
Vols. 11 and 12, containing

WERNER, HEAVEN and EARTH, the VISION of JUDG-
MENT, the AGE of BRONZE, and the ISLAND.

Also, the same Pieces in demy 8vo. 2 vols. to complete the two editions of that size already published.

In the press, 1 vol. foolscap 8vo. boards,
BACCHUS in TUSCANY. A Dithyrambic Poem.
From the Italian of FRANCESCO REDI; with Notes original and
and select, by LEIGH HUNT.

Come, thou monarch of the vine,
Plumpy Bacchus, with pink eyne :
In thy vats our cares be drown'd;
With thy grapes our hairs be crowa'd;
Cup us, till the world

goes round.

Antony and Cleopatra.

In octavo, price 25. sewed.
LETTERS to the EDITOR of the NEW TRIAL
of the WITNESSES in answer to that Work. By an OXFORD
LAYMAN.

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SOUTH OF IRELAND.

Just published, HINTS to IRISH LANDLORDS, on the best Means of Obtaining and Increasing their Rents; Improving their Estates; and Bettering the Condition of the People. By a LAND AGENT. With an Appendix, exemplifying the Measures recommended.

Octavo, price 2s. 6d. sewed, IRELAND. A Satire. Addressed to Irish Magistrates and Grand Jurors. The Second Edition.

“ This Satire, with all its concomitants, is a phenomenon. The author is not only a young man-he was not, he tells us, sixteen at the date of the battle of Waterloo-but he is a soldier; and not only a soldier, but a soldier who is, and has been employed in Ireland-conversant, therefore, with what he writes about, and as intrepid as a thinker and writer as he can be in the field. *

The spirit which animates him is excellent; and his poetical talents appear to more advantage here, than those of Lord Byron perhaps did in his first publication. * He denounces in very strong terms, the selfislı, corrupt, and oppressive conduct of various influential classes in Ireland.”— Scotsman.

Third Edition, in octavo, price 5s. sewed, THE DEFORMED TRANSFORMED; a Drama, By the Right Hon. Lord Byron,

Just published, price 4s. sewed, AN HISTORICAL FRAGMENT relative to HER LATE MAJESTY.

N. B. This Fragment will be published, for the present, anonymously; but as the Author stands in po awe, either of her late Majesty's friends, or of her enemies, his Name will be given up instanter, should occasion require. DON JUAN. Cantos XV. and XVI. Fine Edition-Demy 8vo. price 9s. 6d.

Foolscap 8vo. price 7s.
Common Edition, 18mo. (to prevent piracy) price Is.

Octavo, price 12s. boards, NOT PAUL BUT JESUS; containing an Examination of the question, -How far we are warranted by the History in considering that which Paul calls “his Gospel," as forming part and parcel of the Religion of Jesus ?

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