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as in the tvo former plans, would rather tend to equalize the respective burthens and alleviations produced by this arrangement.

As your committee see no occasion to submit any measure to the consideration of the house upon this subject, conceiving that an adequate remedy may be found in one or other of the modes suggested, under the authority of the crown and the directions of the magistracy, they have only to express their confident hope, that some such measure will, as early as possible, be adopted, as, on the whole, with a due attention to local circumstances and established usages, may be found best adapted to ensure so beneficial a resalt.

12th July, 1819.




First Thirty Numbers



AGRICULTURE. THE Speeches of Sir H. Parnell, Bart. in the House of Commons; with

Additional Observations, on the Corn Laws. No.7. An Inquiry into the Policy, Efficiency, and Consistency, of the Alterations

in our Corn Laws, in a Letter to Sir II. Parnell, Bart. No.7. On the Corn Laws, &c. A Compendious or Briefe Examination of certayne

ordinary Complaints of diuers of our Countrymen, in these our Dayes: which although they are in some part vniust and friuolous, yet are they all by way of Dialogues throughly discussed. 1581. By W. S. Gentle

man. Coinmunicated to the Ed. by H. Wrottesley, Esq. M.P. No:9. A short Account of the Cause of the Disease in Corn, called by Farmers the

Blightthe Mildew, and the Rust. By Sir Josepu BANKS, Bart. And a
Letter to Sir J. Banks on the Origin of the Blight, and on the Means of

raising late Crops of Garden Peas. By T. A. KNIGHT, Esq. No. 12. The Speech of C. C. WESTERN, Esq. M.P. on moving that the House

should resolve itself into a Committee of the whole House to take into Consideration the distressed State of the Agriculture of the United

Kingdom, March 7, 1816. No. 14. Some Remarks on the Mildew of Wheat, and the choice of Seed Corng par

ticularly in reference to an hypothesis of Sir Joseph Banks. No. 15, ? Letters on the Present State of the Agricultural Interest, addressed to Charles

Forbes, Esq. M.P. By Dr. CROMBIE. No. 15. Simple Measures, by which the Recurrence of Famines, may be prevented,

and the Pressure of the Poor Laws greatly abated, by a sliglit and partial change in our common Agricultural Practice. By the Rev; Dr.

RICHARDSON. No. 15. An Inquiry into the Causes of Agricultural Distress. By W. JACOB, Esq.

F.R.S. No. 20, A Dissertation on the State of the Nation, respecting its Agriculture : 1817.

.[Original.] No. 21. Holkham, its Agriculture, &c. By EDWARD RIGBY, Esq. M.D. Third Ed.

considerably enlarged. No. 26. Complete Refutation of the Arguments used on the subject of the Agricultural Petition. [Original.] No. 27.

BIOGRAPHY. The Life of Henri Masers de Latude, who was imprisoned 35 years. To

which is added some account of the Bastillé. [Never: published in this

country.] No. 5. Narrative of the Crucifixion of Matthew Lovat, executed by his own hands,

at Venice, July, 1805. [Now first translated into English, with u wood

cut.] No. 6. VOL. XV. Pam. NO. XXX.


, Narrative of the Journey and Imprisonment of Pius VII. after his Departure

from Rome, until his Retura to that City. No.7. The History of Toussaint Louverture. No. 8. History of James Mitchell, a Boy born Blind and Deaf; with an Account of

the Operation performed for the Recovery of his Sight. By J. WARDROP, Esq. No. 12.

DIVINITY. Dr. HERBERT Marsh's Sermon on the Bible Society. . No. 1. Dr. HERBERT MARSE's Address to the University of Cambridge. No. 1. Mr. VANSITTART's first and second Letters to Dr. Marsh. No. 1. Dr. Marsa's Inquiry into the Consequences of neglecting to give the Prayer

Book with the Bible, &c. &c. No. 1. The Rev. P. GANDOLPHY'S Congratulatory Letter to the Author on the same.

[With an Engraving of Pope Pius VII.) No. 2. Mr. VANSITTART's Letter to Mr. Coker. No. 1.' Dr. Marsa's Answer to the Second Letter of the Right Hon. N. Vansittart,

No. 2.
Bishop of Lincoln's Charge to the Clergy of his

Diocese. No. 2.
An Examination of Mr. Cobbett's Objections to the Bill for the Relief of the

Unitarians. [Original.] No. 3. Substance of a Discourse, giving a Churchman's Reasons for declining a

congection with the Bible Society; by the Rev. Archdeacon DAUBENY,

No. 9. An Abridged Statement of the Leading Transactions of the British and

Poreign Bible Society; with a Digest of the Views of the Society, and a Notice of its chief Patrons. , No. 11.

EAST-INDIA AFFAIRS. Dr. Maclean on the Consequences of laying open the Trade to India, &c.

&c. No. 1. A Letter to the Earl of Buckinghamshire, on the subject of an Open Trade

to India. By Fabius. No. 2. The Letters of Gracchus. No. 2. Letters of Probus in answer to Gracchus. No. 2. Report of the Committee of Correspondence of the East-India Company,

on the Claims of the Out-ports, with a Letter from the Chairman and

Deputy Chairman to the Earl of Buckinghamshire. No. 3. Hints on the Present State of the Question between His Majesty's Ministers

and the Court of Directors, relative to the Renewal of the Charter.

No. 3. Speech of J. BRUCE, Esq. in a Committee of the House, on the Resolutions

respecting India Affairs. No. 4. Remarks on the Evidence delivered before both IIouses on the same. By

Dr. MACLEAN. No. 4. Speech of C. MARSH, Esq. in a Committee of the House, in support of Sir

T. Sutton's Amendment on the Clause in the East India Bill “ Enacting further facilities to persons to go out to India for religious purposes."

No. 4. Speeches of W. WILBERFORCE, Esq. on the Clause in the East India Bill, for

promoting the Religious Instruction, &c. of the Natives in British In

dia. No. 5. Statements respecting the East India College, with an Appeal to Facts, in Refutation of the

Charges lately brought against it in the Court of Proprietors. Second Ed. with alterations. By the Rev. T. R. MALTHUS. No. 18.

ECCLESIASTICAL. A Letter from the Rev. Mr. Wylde, to the Clergy of Somersetshire, on the

Means of preventing undue Marriages, with Communications on the

subject from various dignified Clergymen. [Never published.] No. 1. A short Historical View of the principal Religious and Military Orders of

the Roman Catholic Church; by the Author of the “ Horæ Biblicæ."

No. 9. A Brief Account of the Jesuits, with Historical Proofs in support of it, tend

ing to establish the Danger of the Revival of that Order to the World at

large, and to the United Kingdom in particular. No. 11, A short Address to the Primate of all Ireland, recommendatory of some

Commutation, or Modification of the Tithes of that country; with a few Remarks on the present State of the Irish Church. By the Rev.

Sir H. Bate Dudley, Bart. No. 11. On the Commutation of Tythe. By J. Benett, Esq. M.P. No. 12. A Letter to Dr. H. Marsh, in confutation of his assertion, that the designs

of the Dissenters are to obtain for themselves the honor and emoluments of the Church, and to establish their own forms of worship.

No. 12. Dr. H. Marsh's Answer to the Preceding. No. 12. National Establishment, National Security; or Thoughts on the Conse

quences of commuting the Tithes. By the Rev. W. EDMEADS. No. 13. Prize Essay on the Commutation of Tithes, in claim of the Bedfordean Gold

Medal." By the Rev. JAMES WILLIS. No. 16. A Letter to His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury; by RICHARD, late

Lord Bishop of Llandaff. No. 16. An Address to a Meeting holden at Bath, December 1, 1817, for the pur

pose of forming a Church Missionary Society in that city; word for word as delivered from writing; with a Protest against the establish'ment of such a Society in Bath. By the Rev. ARCHDEACON THOMAS,

A.M. (Fifth Ed.] No. 21. A Defence of the Church Missionary Society, in answer to the above." By

the Rev. DanieL Wilson, A.M. [Ninth Ed.) No. 22. To the Editor of the British Review, in Answer to his Remarks on the Pam-.

phlet of the Rev. W. Edmeads, respecting the Consequences of Com

inuting the Tithes. By L. TADMAN, Esq. [Original.] No. 24. Observations on Parish Registers and the Marriage of Non-Conformists;

with the Outlines of a Bill (humbly proposed) for establishing a more certain and general Register of Marriages, Births, and Deaths, in each Parish. To which is added, The celebrated Edict of Louis XVI. King of France, in 1787, for the Verification of the Marriages, Births, and

Deaths, of the Non-Catholics. [Original.] No. 29. A Concise History of Tithes, with an Inquiry how far a Forced Maintenance

for the Ministers of Religion is warranted by the Examples and Precepts of Jesus Christ and his Apostles. By JOSEPH STOR RS Fry. No.30.

EDUCATION. Account of the Report of the National Society for tặe Education of the Poor.

No. 3. A Reply to the most popular Objections to Public Schools, with particular

reference to the Tyrocinium of Cowper. No.7. Essay on the Application of the Organology of the Brain to Education. By

T. FORSTER, Esq. F.L.S. No. 10. Remarks on a Course of Education, designed to prepare the youthful Mind

for a career of Honor, Patriotism, and Philanthropy. By THOMAS MYERS, A.M. No. 24.


A Letter to Henry Brougham, Esq. M.P. from a Master of Arts of Queen's

College, Oxford, upon the Method of Restoring Decayed Grammar

Schools. [Original.] No. 25. Vindiciæ Wykehamicæ; or, a Vindication of Winchester College: in a Let

ter to Henry Brougham, Esq.; occasioned by his Letter to Sir Samuel

Romilly, on Charitable Abuses. By the Rev. W. L. Bowles, No. 26. Thoughts on the Increase of Crimes, the Education of the Poor, and the

National Schools; in a letter to Sir James Mackintosh. By the same. No, 29.

FINANCE. Outlines of a Plan of Finance: proposed to be submitted to Parliament. No.t. Mr. Huskisson's Speech in the House upon the Resolutions propose, by the

Chancellor of the Exchequer respecting the State of the Finances and

the Sinking Fund of Great Britain. No. 3. Observations on Mr. Vansittart's Plan of Finance. By F. Silver. [Ori

ginal. No. 4. A Series of Letters on the Political and Financial State of the Nation, at the

"commencement of the year 1814; addressed to the Earl of Liverpool.

By F. P. Eliot, Esq. No. 6. Do. Do. No. 7. Table of Finances, for 1813. No. 7. Three Letters on the Financial and Political Situation of the Country in

1815; being a continuation to those of the preceding year, addressed

to the Earl of Liverpool. By F. P. Eliot, Esq. No. 10. Speech of the Rt. Hon. N. Vansittart, in the House of Commons, Feb. 20,

1815, in the Comınittee of Ways and Means. [With revisions and cor

rections.] No. 11. The Budget, for 1815. By the same. [with revisions and corrections.] No. 11. General Reflections on the Financial Situation of France in 1816. By M.

Ch. Ganilh. [Translated exclusively for the Pamphleteer.). No. 19. Letters on the Political and Financial Situation of the British Empire, in

the year 1916; being a continuation to those of the years 1814 and

1815. By F. P. Eliot, Esq. No. 13. Thoughts on the Character and Tendency of the Property Tax, as adapted

to a Permanent System of Taxation. By the Rev. G. GLOVER, M. A.

No. 16. Constitutional Aids.-Progress of Taxation, with a new Plan of Finance.

By STEPHEN Pellet, M.D. (Original.] No. 17. The National Debt in its True Colors, with Plans for its extinction by ho

- nest means. By W. FREND, Esq. No. 18. Substance of a Speech in the House, April 28, 1814, by P. GRENFELL, Esq.

on the Subject of applying the Sinking Fund towards any Loans raised

for the Public Service, No. 18. Project of Finance; or a proposed Method of affording Relief to the Country

at-large, in the present crisis, 1816;' and eventually of raising considerable and increasing Supplies, without having recourse to New

Taxes. [Original.] No. 21. The Speech delivered by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, March, 1818, on

proposing a Grant of One Million for providing Additional Places of

Worship in England. No. 23. Letter to the Rt. Hon. W. W. Pole, respecting the disappearance of the

Gold Coin and the Resumption of Cash Payments. [Original.] No. 28. Dangers of an Entire Repeal of the Bank Restriction Act; and Plan sug:

gested for obviating them. By JOHN WRAY, Esq., No. 26. Substance of the Speech of the Rt. Hon. The Earl of Liverpool, on the Re

port of the Bank Committee. No. 28.

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