Clipped From The Morning Chronicle
; ; NEW WORK BY THE AUTHOR OF " TYPEE," &c. In 3 vols, post Svo., THE WHALE. By HERMAN MELVILLE. IS NOW READY AT ALL THE LIBRARIES. " Contains graphic descriptions such as wo do not remember to have met with before in marine literature." Athemoum. 11 Displays fertile fancy, playful learning, and an unusual power of enchaining the interest. Nothing more honourable to American literature has yet reflected credit on tho country of Washington Irvinir, Fenimoro Cooper, Bryant, Longfellow, or Prescott." Morning Advertiser. "Intensely interesting. It is not a mere tale of adventures, but a whole philosophy of life that it unfolds." John Bull. "A singular novel. The satire is biting and reckless." Spectator. "Tho raciest thing of the kind that was ever produced. The author's ink must be tlie black liquor of the cuttle-fish, and his pen drawn from the wing of the albatross."- -Evening Paper. " In some respects, Melville's greatest effort." Atlas. Richard Bentley, New Burlington-street.