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*Vol. 1.—Oates (Titus) and others, Tracts relating to the Popish Conspiracy, 1679.
*Vol. 1.-NAVAL.-West (Capt.) Naval Signals, 1788.
M'Arthur (J.) Thoughts on a System of Universal Signals, 1799.
Narrative of the Proceedings of the Fleet under Earl Howe, 1796.
Vol. 2.-FRENCH.-On Finance, 1787.
*Vol. 1.-Kenrick (T.) A Collection of Prayers for the use of Families, 1797.
Furneaux (P.) Letters to Blackstone, on the Act of
Claparede (D.) Answer to Rousseau on the Miracles, 1757.
Vol. 2.-Plymley (P.) Letters on the Catholics of Ireland, 1808. Jackson (J. M.) A View of the Province of Upper Canada, 1809.
Corruption and Intolerance, two Poems, with Notes, 1809.
Vol. 2.-Cobbett (W.) Elements of Reform, 1809.
Kekewich (G.) A Letter to Lord H. Petty, 1809.
Colonel Wardle, 1809.
to the Jury, 1809.
Unfortunate Old Clobery, a Song.
Discourse on Banishment, 1787.
the Æneid, 1770. Vol. 4.-Belsham (T.) A Summary View of the Evidence of the
Christian Revelation, 1807. A Sermon on the Death of
1808. A Sermon on the Jubilee, 1809.
Liberty of Conscience, 1809. Intolerance the disgrace
of Christians, 1809.
May 20, 1807. 1808.
Fox (Jos.) A Comparative View of Bell and Lancaster, 1809.
Scriptural Education the Glory of England, 1810. Harrison (G.) Education proposed and recommended as the
surest means to diminish Crimes, 1810.
Fox (Jos.) An Appeal to the Missionary Society, 1810.
Lord's Supper, 1779. Remarks on Blackstone, 1779.
appointed for a General Fast, 1810. Sermon for the
benefit of the Leeds Infirmary, 1809. Tayler (T.) A Funeral Sermon.
Vol. 7.-Huskisson (W.) On the Depreciation of Currency, 1810.
Fonblanque (J.) On the Bullion Committee, 1810.
a Bankrupt's Certificate, 1809. Enquiries respecting
Duke of Graston, 1811. Letter to Lord Sidmouth on
his Bill respecting the Toleration Act, 1811. Vol. 8.—Letters on the Genius of the French Government, by an
of Commons, 1810. Vol. 9.—Merivale (J. H.) A Brief Statement of the Proceedings in
Parliament on Sir S. Romilly's Bills, 1811.
Punishment of Death, 1811. Cases in illustration of the
and Lownes (C.) Account of the Gaol and Penitentiary
of Philadelphia, 1795. Vol. 10.—Articles reprinted from the Supplement to the Encyclo
pædia Britanica, viz:-Government, Jurisprudence, Liberty of the Press, Prisons and Prison Discipline, Colony, Law
of Nations, Education.
Judicature Bill, 1825.
Mander (Jas.) The Derbyshire Miners' Glossary, 1824. Vol. 11.-Montagu (B.) Thoughts on the Abolition of the Punish
ment of Death in Bankruptcy, 1821. Eden (R. H.) Observations on the Bill for Consolidation,
&c., of the Bankrupt Laws, 1824. Fonblanque (J. S. M.) Observations on the same, 1824.
Vol. 11.-Montagu (B.) Inquiries respecting the Court of Com
missioners, &c., 1825.
Laws of England, 1826.
of Death for Crimes without Violence, 1818. Rise and Progress of the Mitigation of the Punishment of Death,
Marsh's Commission, 1825.
pædia Britanica. Brougham (H.) Practical Observations on the Education of
the Poor, 1825. Whitcombe (R.) An Enquiry into the Rules of Evidence,
1824. Vol. 14.-Brougham (H.) Speech on the present state of the Law,
the Court of Chancery, 1828.
of Enquiry into proceedings at Law, 1828.
Practice, Pleading, and Evidence, 1827.
all Nations professing Liberal Opinions, 1822. Reddie (J.) A Letter to the Chancellor on the Expediency
of the proposal to form a new Civil Code for England, 1828.
Vol. 15.–Miller (J.) On the Adininistration of Justice in British
Administration of Justice in Wales, 1828.
to Repeal the Laws of Real Property, 1826.
Reddie and Cooper, 1828.
the proposed changes in the Laws of Real Property, &c.,
Property, &c., by a Member of Lincoln's Inn, 1827.
Commissioners, 1826. Vol. 17.-Grenville (Lord) An Essay on the supposed advantages
of the Sinking Fund, 1828. Butler (C.) A Letter to Bishop Blomfield in vindication of
a passage in “ The Book of the Roman Catholic Church,”
1825. Dillon (Sir J.) Letters to Butler on the Act of Union
between Great Britain and Ireland, 1828.
Claims, by Civis, 1827.
1825, and a Short Letter on the present position of the
Roman Catholic Question, 1827.
Statement respecting the claims of the Roman Catholics,