BOOKS IN THE PRESS, OR PREPARING FOR PUBLICATION.
A new literary and scientific monthly publication, called the London University Ma- gazine, is to appear on the let of October—Mr. Swan is preparing for publication It Demonstration of the Nerves of the Human Body, founded on the subjects of the two Collegial Anatomical Prizes adjudged to bin, by the Royal College of Surgeons. The First Part, exhibiting the Nerves of the Thoracic Viscera, in large plates, will he ready in January next—Captain Brown announces Biographical Sketches and Authentic Anecdotes of Horses ; illustrated by figures of the different breeds, and portraits of ce- lebrated horses, engraved by LiZa113.
BOOKS PUBLISHED DURING THE WEEK.
Napier's Peninsular War, Vol. II. Svo. 20s. bds--The Horse in all his Varieties, by J. Laurence, 12mo. Ss. bds.—Whittingham's Novelist, Vol. XXXV. 32mo. 2s. 6d. bds.— Morton's Journey in Italy, 2 vols. Svo. 1/. 4s. bds.—Stevens' Comments Vol. V. Sy°. 10s. bds.—Ballance's Memoir, 12mo. 5s. bds.—Hoogeven's Greek Particles, by Scatter, Svo. is. ltd. bds.—Bedford on the Catholic Question, Svo. 10s. bds.—The Bee Preserver, limo. 31. bds.—Burton's Hampton Lectures, Sy°. 15s. bds.—Carpenter's Scripture Diffi- culties, Svo. 12s. bds.—Wiliiams's Abstract, 10 Geo. IV. See. 7s. bds.-131oxam's Gothic Architecture, 12mo. 4s. bds.—Graves on Predestination, Svo. is. bds.