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The English Citizen.
A SERIES OF SHORT BOOKS ON HIS RIGHTS AND
This series is intended to meet the demand for accessible information on the ordinary conditions, and the current terms, of our political life. Ignorance of these not only takes from the study of history the interest which comes from a contact with practical politics, but, still worse, it unfits men for their place as intelligent citizens. The series will deal with the details of the machinery whereby our Constitution works, and the broad lines upon which it has been constructed.
The following Volumes are ready:
CENTRAL GOVERNMENT. By H. D. TRAILL, D.C.L., late Fellow of St. John's College, Oxford.
ELECTORATE AND THE LEGISLATURE.
By SPENCER WALPOLE, Author of "The History of England from 1815." THE NATIONAL INCOME, EXPENDITURE, AND DEBT. The Taxpayer and the Ratepayer. By A. J. WILSON.
THE POOR LAW. By Rev. T. W. FowLE.
History of England from 1815."
By SPENCER WALPOLE, Author of "The
By the Hon. A. D.
THE STATE AND THE CHURCH.
In Preparation :
LOCAL GOVERNMENT. By M. D. CHALMERS.
JUSTICE AND POLICE. By C. P. ILBERT, late Fellow of Balliol College.
THE STATE and EDUCATION. BY HENRY CRAIK.
THE STATE IN RELATION TO TRADE. By T. H. FARRER.
THE STATE IN RELATION TO LABOUR. By W. STANLEY JEVONS, LL.D, F.R.S. [In the press.
THE STATE AND THE LAND. By F. POLLOCK, late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
INDIA. By J. S. COTTON, late Fellow of Queen's College, Oxford.
COLONIES AND DEPENDENCIES.
Fellow of University College, Oxford.
By E. J. PAYNE,
LONDON R. CLAY, SONS, AND TAYLOR, PRINTERS.