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J. JOHNSON, Bookfeller, No. 72, St. Paul's Church

Yard, LONDON.

1. THE History and PRESENT STATE OF ELECTRICITY,

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with original Experiments, illustrated with Copperplates, 4th Edition, corrected and enlarged, 4to. il. is. Another Edition, 2 vols. 8vo. 125.

2. A Familiar INTRODUCTION to the STUDY OF ELECTRICITY, 4th Edition, 8vo. 25. 6d.

3. The History and PresENT STATE of DISCOVERIES relating to VISION, Licht, and COLOURS, 2 vols. 4to. illustrated with a great Number of Copper-plates, il. 115. 6d. in boards.

4. A Familiar INTRODUCTION to the Theory and Practice of Perspective, with Copper-plates, ad Edition, 5s. in boards.

5. Experiments and Observations on different kinds of Air, with Copper-plates, ad Edition, 3 vols. 185. in boards.

6. Experiments and Observations relating to various Branches of Natural PHILOSOPHY, with a Continuation of the Experiments on Air, 2 vols. 125. in boards.

7. PailosoPHICAL EMPIRICISM: Containing Remarks on on a Charge of Plagiarism respecting Dr. H-s, interspersed with Observations relating to different kinds of Air, is. 6d.

8. Directions for impregnating Water with Fixed Air, in order to communicate to it the peculiar Spirit and Virtues of

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PYRMONT WATER, and other Mineral Waters of a (milar Nature, is.

N. B. The preceding pamphlet is included in No.5.

9. A New CHART of History, containing a View of the principal Revolutions of Empire that have taken Place in the World; with a Book describing it, containing an Epitome of Universal History, 4th Edition, 1os. 6d.

10. A CHART of BIOGRAPHY, with a Book containing an Explanation of it, and a Catalogue of all the Names inserted in it, 6th Edition, very much improved, 1os.6d.

11. The RUDIN ENTS of ENGLISH GRAMMAR, adapted to the Use of those who have made fome Proficiency in the Lane guage, 4th Edition, 3s.

13. OBSERVATIONS relating to EDUCATION : more especially as it respects the mind. To which is added, An Elay on a Course of liberal Education for Civil and Active Life, with Flans of Lectures on, 1. The Study of History and General Policy. 2. The History of England. 3. The Constitution and Laws of England, 4s. sewed.

14. A Course of LECTURES on ORATORY and CRITI. CISM, 4to. 1os. 6d. in boards.

15. An Essay on the First Principles of GOVERNMENT, and on the Nature of Political, Civil, and Religious LIBERTY, 2d Edition, much enlarged, 4s. sewed. In this Edition are introduced tbe Remarks on Church Authority, in Answer to Dr. Balguy, formerly pullished

separately.

16. An EXAMINATION of Dr. Reid's Inquiry into the Human Mind, on the Principles of Common Sense, Dr. TEATTIE's Estay on the Nature and Immutability of Truth, and Dr. OSWALD's Appeal to Common Sense in Behalf of Religion, 2d Edition, 5s. fewed.

17. HARTLEY' 17. Hartley's THEORY of the HUMAN MIND, on the Principle of the Allociation of Ideas, with Lys relating to the Subject of it, 8vo. 55. fewed.

18. DISQUISITIONS relating to Matter and Spirit. To which is added, The History of the Philosophical Doctrine concerning the Origin of the Soul, and the Nature of Matter; with its Iniluence on Christianity, especially with respect to the Doctrine of the Pre-existence of Christ. Also the Doctrine of PHILOSOPHICAL NECESSITY illustrated, 2 vols. Svo, fewed, 8s. 6d.

19. A Free DISCUSSION of the DOCTRINES OF MATERIALISM and PHILOSOPHICAL NECESSITY, in a Correfpondence between Dr. Price and Dr. PRIĽSTLEY. To which are added by Dr. PRIESTLEY, an INTRODUCTION, explaining the Nature of the Controversy, and Letters to several Writers who have animadverted on his Disquisitions relating to Matter and Spirit, or his Treatise on Neceility, 840. 6s. fewed.

20. A Defence of the Doctrine of NECESSITY, in two Letters to the Rev. Mr. John Palmer, 2s.

21. A Letter to Jacob Bryant, Esq; in Defence of Philofophical Neceflity, is.

22. The Doctrine of DIVINE INFLUENCE on the HUMAN Mind considered, in a Sermon published at the Roqueit of many Persons who have occasionally heard it, is.

The three preceding Articles may be properly bound up with the Illustrations of the Doctrine of Philosophical Neceility.

23. Letters to a philosophical Unbeliever. Part 1. Containing an Examination of the principal Obje&tions to the Doetrines of Natural Religion, and especially those contained in the Writings of Mr. HUME, 39.

24. A HARMONY of the EVANGELISTS, in Greek: To which are prefixed, CRITICAL DISSERTATIONS in English, 4to. 145. in boards.

25. A HARMONY of the EVANGELISTs in Erglish ; with Notes, and an occasional Paraphrafe for the Use of the Unlearned ; to which are presed, Critical Differtations, and a Letter to the Bishop of Onory, 4t0. 155. in boards. N. B. 'I bose who are perired of the Greek Harmony, may have this in English without the Critical Dissertations,

26. A FRIE ADDRESS to PROTESTANT DISSENTERS, on the Subject of the Lord's Supper, 3d Edition, with Additions,

-N. B. The Additions to be had alone, is.

28.

27. An ADDRESS to PROTESTANT DISSEnters, on the Subject of giving the Lord's Supper to Children, is.

28. A Free ADDRESS to PROTESTANT DISSENTERS, on the Subject of CHURCH DISCIPLINE; with a preliminary Discourse concerning the Spirit of Christianity, and the Corruption of it by fille Notions of Religion, 25. 6d.

29. A SERMON preached before the Congregation of ProTESTANT D15SENTERS, at Mill-Hill Chapel, Leeds, May 16, 173, on Occasion of the Author's resigning his Pastoral Office among them, is

30. A Sermon preached December 31, 1780, at the New Meeting in Birmingham, on undertaking the Pastoral Office in that Place, is.

31. A Virw of the PRINCIPLES and Conduct of the ProTESTANT DISSENTERS, with Respect to the Civil and Ecclefiaftical Constitution of England, 2d Edition, is. 6d.

32. Letters to the Author of Remarks on several late Publications relative to the Dissenters, in a Letter to Dr. Priestley, 15.

33. A Letter to a LAYMAN, on the Subject of Mr. Lindsey's Proposal for a reformed English Church, on the Plan of the late Dr. Samuel Clarke.

N. B. The preceding eight Pamphlets, No. 26, to 33, may be had uniformly bound, by giving Orders for Dr. Priestley's larger Tracts, 2 vols. 8vo. Ios.

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J. JOHNSON, Bookseller, No. 72, St. Paul's Church

Yard, LONDON.

1. THE History and PRESENT STATE of ELECTRICITY,

THE

with original Experiments, illustrated with Copperpla-es, 4th Edition, corrected and enlarged, 4to. il. 15. Another Edition, 2 vols. 8vo. 125.

2. A Familiar INTRODUCTION to the STUDY of ELECTRICITY, 4th Edition, 8vo. 25. 6d.

3. The History and Present State of Discoveries relating to VISION, LIGHT, and COLOURS, 2 vols. 4to. illustrated with a great Number of Copper-plates, il. 11s. 6d. in boards.

4. A Familiar INTRODUCTION to the Theory and Practice of PERSPECTIVE, with Copper-plates, ad Edition, 5s. in boards.

5. Experiments and Observations on different kinds of Air, with Copper-plates, ad Edition, 3 vols. 185. in boards.

6. Experiments and Observations relating to various Branches of Natural PHILOSOPHY, with a Continuation of the Experiments on Air, 2 vols. 125. in boards.

7. PHILOSOPHICAL EMPIRICISM: Containing Remarks on on a Charge of Plagiarism respecting Dr. H-s, interspersed with Observations relating to different kinds of Air, is. 6d.

8. Directions for impregnating Water with Fixed Air, in order to communicate to it the peculiar Spirit and Virtues of

PYRMONT

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