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PLINE. By JOSEPH JOHN GURNEY. Second Edi-
The following Intire Pamphlets and Works have been publishe ́d in
A Letter to His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury; on the equalization of Bishopricles and
A Reply to the most popular Objections to Public Schools, with particular reference to the
Thoughts on the Increase of Crimes, the Education of the Poor, and the National Schools;
Thoughts on the Character and Tendency of the Property Tax, as adapted to a permanent
The National Debt in its True Colors, with Plans for its extinction by honest means. By W.
Inquiry respecting the Insolvent Debtor's Bill, with the opinions of Dr. Paley, Mr. Burke, and
Observations on the Game Laws, with proposed Alterations for the Protection and Increase
Some Inquiries respecting the punishment of Death for Crimes without Violence. By Basil
An Attempt to estimate the Poetical Talent of the Present Age, including a Sketch of the
A Dissertation on the Eleusinian and Bacchic Mysteries. By Thomas Taylor.
On the origin and Vicissitudes of Literature, Science, and Art, and their Influence on the pre-
A Letter to His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, on the Expediency of Revising the Au-
A Treatise on Duelling; together with the Aanuals of Chivalry, the Ordeal Trial, and Judicial
A Letter to the Earl of Fingal, on the Claims of the Roman Catholics. By the Right Hon.
On the Responsibility of Ministers: By M. Benj. de Constant.
On the Liberty of the Press, or an Inquiry how far Government may safely allow the publi-
A Defence of the Constitution of Great. Britain and Ireland, as by law established, against the
An Essay on the Practice of the British Government; distinguished from the abstract theory
Germany and the Revolution, by Professor Goerres, late Editor of the Rhenish Mercury
Reflections on the Liberty of the Press in Great Britain, translated from the German of the
The Defences of the Whigs; a new Edition, with a Preface. By Thomas, Lord Erskine.
Elements of a plan for the Liquidation of the public Debt of the United Kingdom; by R.
Memoir concerning the. Commercial Relations of the United States with Great Britain. By
Considerations on the Rate of Interest, and on Redeemable Annuities. By E. B. Sugden,
Defence of Economy, against the late Mr. Burke. By Jeremy Bentham, Esq. [Original.]
IV. GRAMMAR SCHOOLS considered, with reference to a