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59 tory, geography, philosophy, mythology, counts of the latest state of literature in and antiquities, and confequently limited France; 2. The most recent events in the to those auxiliary branches, which are ef. department of the arts ; 3. Literary and sentially required to the understanding of artistical notices of rare and valuable the classics. The whole of the latter work works of every description, miscellanies, is to form three volumes' 8vo. the first of biography, &c. &c. which was published in October last. Voss and Co. book and printsellers at
A New Musical Gazette has lately been Leipzig, are publishing a series of prints commenced at Leipzig, published for representing the most renowned French Breitkopf and Härtel, two emineni book- Generals, Each livraison contains the Sellers, who promise to furnish the musical portraits of lix Generals. in 4to. at the world with weekly intelligence of every low price of one dollar eight groshen thing new and interesting in thts depart. (about 5s.). In the first number are likement, wish concise philosophical or histo- nesses of Buonaparte, Hoche, Augereau, dical essays on musical subjects, short ex Bournonville, Jourdan, and Pichegru : the tracts from the mott important theoretical second number contains those of Massena, works on music, with reviews of the latest Berthier, Bernadotte, Dumas, Kleber, and public compositions, with interesting ac- Moreau. counts of diftinguished artists and vir One of the most complete Dictionaries tuoi’s, wc, &c.
of the English language now extant is the On the ist of Brumaire, viith year of following, which lately appeared at Strasthe French Republic (October 220, 1798, burg, printed for Levroult.
“ Phraseoold style,) appeared at Frankfort on the logia Anglo-Germanica, or a collection of Maine, the firit number of a newind valua- more than 50,000 English phrases, exble periodical work intitled “The Paris Li- tracted from the best English writers, re• terary and Artistical Gazotle for Germans," duced to alphabetical order, and transconducted by a learned German at Paris, lated into German by F. W. HAUSSNER, and transmitted to the publishers at Professor at the central school of the deFrankfort. It professedly contains, 1. Ac- partment of the Lower Rhine : to which
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phrases. for in the Monthly Magazine.
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THE NEW PATENTS lately enrolled.
PROCESS FOR FREEING FISH OILS or a mixture of different forts of fith oil
PATENT was granted last year to heated to the temperature of 110 or 120 broker, for a chemical process for freeing adding of caustic mineral alcali of the fith oils from their impurities in finell, fpecific gravity commonly described as taste, and colour, and for improved 1.25, or of such strength that a phial strainers for oil and other liquids, with containing 1000 grains of distilled water other instruments for ascertaining their will contain 12.50 grains of these lees, a qualities and atlisting their burning. quantity equal to four parts of the roo by
Of this patent which combines an in- weight of the quantity of oil; the mix genious application of machinery, with ture is then to be agitated, and left to the antiseptic properties of charcoal, hand a sufficient time for the salts and fewell known to all chemists by the striking diments to fubfide, it is then drawn, oft experiments of Professor Lowitz, we fall into another vessel, containing a fufficient give a detailed account.
quantity of fresh burnt charcoal, finely The chemical process confifts in pour- powdered, or any other fubftance porter
Colliers Patent for hiltering & Sweetnery
494, Sections of a Machine for Filtering Waler.
Fig 3. Setion of the Filtering.fi
septic properties, the box is removed and
References to the plate. heared, till it is red hot, by which means FIG. 1. A.--The cistern into which the The foreign matter escapes through the water or other fluid to be filtered is puta