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vin (1774) Ibid.

CARTWRIGHT (John) Legislative Rights of the Commonalty
Vindicated, svo.

Lond. 1777 FERGUSON (Adam) Essay on the History of Civil Society, 4to.

Lond. 1773 † HARRINGTON (James) Oceana, and other Political Works, · Svo.

Lond. 1771 HAWKINS (R.) Discourse of the National Excellencies of England. 8vo,

Lond. 1658 JOHNSON (Dr.) POLITICAL Tracts :

1. Observations on the State of Affairs iu 1756, Works, vol. 2 2. The False Alarm (1770)

Ibid. vol. 3 8. Thoughts on the late Transactions respecting Falkland's Islands (1771)

Ibid. 4. The Patriot; addressed to the Electors of Great Britain (1774) 5. Taxation no Tyranny; an Answer to the Resolutions and Ad. dress of the American Congress (1775)

Ibid. *+ THE LETTERS OF JUNIUS, 8vo. 2 vols. Lond. 1774 The same Work, with Portraits, 8vo. 2 vols. Lond. 1805 LEVELLER; or the Principles and Maxims concerning Government and Religion, asserted by the Levellers, 4to.

Lond. 1659 LEX REX: The Law and the Prince, a Dispute for the just

Prerogative of the King and People, 4to. Lond. 1644 † LOCKE (John) on Government.

Works, vol. 2 + Locke (John) Letters on 'Toleration.

Ibid MILTON (John) Areopagitica ; a Speech for the Liberty of

Unlicensed Printing. Prose Works, 8vo.and 4to. vol. 1 Milton's Tenure of Kings and Magistrates : proving that it

is lawful to call to Account a Tyrant or. Wicked

King, and put him to death. Ibid. 8vo. vol. 2. 410. vol. 1 Milton's Ready and Easy Way to Establish a Free Commonwealth.

Ibid. 8vo. vol. 3. 4to. vol. 1 Milton's Treatise of Civil Power in Ecclesiastical Causes :

Shewing that it is not lawful for any Power on Earth to
compel in Matters of Religion.

Ibid MONTESQUIEU (Baron) Spirit of Laws, 8vo. 2 vols. Lond. 1766 + Montesquieu, De l’Esprit des Loix. Oeuvres, toin. 1-3 More (Sir Tho.) Utopia ; translated by Arthur Cayley.

in Cayley's Mem. of More, vol. 2 Real (M. de) La Science du Gouvernement, 4to. 8 tom.

Paris, 1762

unting and Maxi a TS

Stewart (Gilb.) View of Society in Europe, 4to. Lond. 1782 TEMPLE (Sir W.) Essay on the Original and Nature of Go- . vernment,

Works, vol. 1


Political Economy, Money, Trade, Commerce, etca

Baggs (S.) Essay on Circulation and Credit, 4to. Lond. 1774
CoLQUHOUN (P.) Treatise on the Police of the Metropolis,

i Lond. 1806 Colquhoun, (P.) Treatise on the Police of the Thames, 8vo.

Lond. 1800 Colquhoun (P.) Treatise of Indigence; exhibiting a General

View of the National Resources for Productive Labour;
with Propositions for ameliorating the Condition of the
Poor, 8vo.

Lond. 1806 De Witt (John) Political Maxims of the State of Holland, with Memoirs of Cornelius and John de Witt, 8vo. .

: Lond. 1743 Du Bost (Christ.) Elements of Commerce, 8vo. 2 vols.

Lond. 1805 f FleetWOOD (Bp.) Chronicon Preciosum : an Account of

English Money, the Price of Corn, and other Commo-
dities, for the last 600 years, 8vo.

Lond. 1707 *+ Hayes (Rich.) Negociator's Magazine, 8vo. Lond. 1777 ** LETTSOM (Dr. J.C.) Hints on Beneficence, 8vo. 3 vols.

Lond. 1801 Locke (John) Considerations on the Value of Money, etc. 8vo.

" Lond. 1696, and Works, vol. 2 † MACPHERSON (David) Annals of Commerce, Manufac

tures, Fisheries, and Navigation, with brief Notices of
the Arts and Sciences connected with them, 4to. 4 vols.

Lond. 1805 MALTHUS (T. R.) Essay on the Principle of Population;

or, a View of its past and present Effects on Human
Happiness, 8vo. 2 vols.

Lond. 1807 + MALYNE (Ger.) Lex Mercatoria, or the Ancient Law Merchant, fol.

Lond. 1686

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MORTIMER (Tho.) Elements of Commerce, Politics, and
Finances, 8vo.

. : Lond. 1801 + Nemnich (P. A.) Universal European Dictionary of Mer

chandize, in the English, German, Dutch, Swedish,
etc. Languages, 4to.

Lond. 1799 Oddy (J.J.) European Commerce, shewing new and secure

Channels of Trade with the Continent of Europe : de-
tailing the Produce, Manufactures, and Commerce of
Russia, Prussia, Sweden, Denmark, and Germany,

Lond. 1805 PLAYFAIR (Wm.) Inquiry into the Permanent Causes of the Decline and Fall of Powerful and Wealthy Nations, 4to.

Lond. 1807 † POSTLETHWAYT (Mal.) Universal Dictionary of Trade and Commerce, fol. 2 vols."

Lond. 1774 Report of the Bullion Committee, 8vo.

Lond. 1810 Reports of the Society for Bettering the Condition and In

creasing the Comforts of the Poor, 12mo. 5 vols. Lond. 1811 SELKIRK (Earl of) on the Causes and probable Consequences of Emigration, 8vo.

Lond. 1805 Smith (Adam) Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the

Wealth of Nations, 8vo. 3 vols. ' Edinb. 1806 Smith (John). Memoirs of Wool, 8vo. 2 vols.. Lond. 1747 + SpelMAN (Sir H.) Dialogue concerning the Coin of the · Kingdom, fol.

. Works, † STEWART (Sir James) Principles of Money, applied to

the present State of the Money of Bengal, 4to.. . 1772 Tracts (various) on the High Price of Provisions, 8vo.

Lond. 1766 TRACTS (Political) a Collection of, 8vo. 9 vols. Lond. 1808–11

Syllabus. Vol. I. ]. Agriculture, the Source of the Wealth of Great Britain,

By W. SPENCE. . 2. Britain independent of Commerce, by the same. 3. Commerce defended ; an Answer to Mr. Spence, Mr. Cob: bett and others, by JAMES MILL. 4. A Short Appeal to the Landed Interest. 5. Outline of a Plan for the better cultivation, security and

defence of the British West-Indies, by CAPTAIN LAY

6. Strictures on the Government in India.


1. Inquiry into the causes and consequences of Continental
§ Alienation.
2. Collection of State Papers, relative to Denmark and


3. A Discourse upon Proceedings in the Baltic..
4. Observations on European Courts, by M. MEDFORD.
5. The Arcanum of National Defence, BY HASTATUS.
6. Proceedings on the Trial of Lieut. Col. Mackelcan, BY


VOL. III. 1. Orders in Council; or, an Examiuation of the New Sys

tem of Commercial Regulations.
2. A Letter from the Hon. TIMOTHY PICKERING, on a

War between Great Britain and the United States.
3. Speech of Henry Brougham, in H.C. on the Orders in

4. Inquiry into the consequences of the Orders in Council

5. Observations on the American Treaty, in eleven letters.
6. Address on the Maritime Rights of Great Britain, By

SIR F. M. EDEN, Bart.
Vol IV. ]. A Letter to Mr. Whitbread, on the Subject of Mr. Lan.

.: caster's System of Education, BY JOHN BOWLES.
2. Second Letter to Mr. Whitbread, on his Bill for the Esta-

blishment of Parochial Schools, by John Bowles.
3. A Short Address to the Lord Primate of Ireland, on the

4. Subject of Tythes, BY THE REV. H. B. DUDLEY.
4. A Comparative View of Dr. Bell's, and Mr. Lancaster's

Systems of Education, BY JOSEPH Fox.
5. Letters on the Subject of the Catholics, BY PETER

6. A Letter to the Governors of Christ's Hospital, BY
7. A Letter to William Mellish, Esq on the Alledged Abuses

in Christ's Hospital, By the Rev. Dawson WARREN.
8. Observations on the State of the Nation, By Doctor


Vol. V.

1. A Review of the Political State of Europe.
2. A Letter to his Royal Higbness the Prince of Wales, BY

3. A Letter from Mr. PAULL, to Mr. WHITBREAD.
4. Statements relative to the augmentation of the Military

- Force of the Country.
5. Suggestions for raising from 10 to 20,000 men, annually,

for the Line, BY SAMUEL BRIDGE.
6. On the necessity of a more effectual System of National

Defence, By ihe EARL of SELKIRK.

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Vol. VI. 1. A Sketch of the Causes and Consequences of the late emi

gration to the Brazils, by R. RYLANCE.
2. Vindiciæ Lusitanæ : by E. J. LINGHAM, (an answer to
1 - the above)
3. History of the Emigration of the Royal Family of Por-

tugal, to the Brazils.
4. Reflections on the Peace of Tilsit, in 1807.
5. Emancipation in Disguise; or, the True Crisis of the

VOL. VII. 1. Examination of the Causes of the late Expedition against

2. State of Britain, in 1808.
3. Ten Letters to the Landholders and Merchants, of the

United Empire.
4. A Sketch of the State of Ireland, past and present.

5. Principles of Negociation between England, France, and

6. Considerations on the present War, and the expediency

or danger of a Peace with France, by WILLIAM

7. Remarks on the Proposals made to Great Britain, for

opening a Negociation in the year 1807, by the same.

Vol. VIII. 1. Concerning the Relations of Great Britain, Spain, and

Portugal, to each other, and to the common Enemy,

2. Narrative of the Retreat of the British Army under Sir

John MOORE, at Corunna, By HENRY MILBURNE.
3. Speech of JAMES STEPHEN, Esq. in H. c. on Mr.

Whitbread's Motion, relative to the American Govern-
ment, with remarks on the recent Order in Council.

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Vol. IX. 1. Narrative of the late Campaign of the British Army,

under the Right Hon. EARL of CHATHAM.
2. CHARMILLY's Narrative of Transactions in Spain, with

the Right Hon. J. H. Frere and Sir John Moore.
3. Observations ou the Public Expenditure, and the influ-

ence of the Crown, by the Right Hon. G. Rose.
4. Short Remarks on the State of Parties, at the close of

5, Observations on the Criminal Law of England, by SIR

6. The Judgment delivered by Sir John NICHOLL, in the

case of KEMP against WICKES, for refusing to bury an
Infant Child, that had been baptised by a Dissenting

Minister. . .
7. Observations on a Bill pending in H. C. for Registering

and Securing Charitable Donations, by A. HIGHMORE.
8. Second Letter on the same subject. By the SAME.
9. Proceedings on the Trial of Wolfe and Workman, versus

Tomlinson and Tanner
10. Statement of Facts delivered to Lord Minto, ou his ar.

rival at Madras, by W. PETRIE.
ll. Historical Survey of the Foreign Affairs of Great Bri.

tain, for 1810, By G. F. LECKIE. 12. A Letter to the Roman Catholics of Dublin, BY


TEMPLE (Sir W.) Essay upon the Advancement of Trade in

Works, vol. 3
WALLACE (Rob.) Dissertation on the Numbers of Mankind
in ancient and modern times, 8vo.

Edinb. 1809 WEYLAND (John) On the Education of the Lower Orders,

... Lond. 1808 YARRANTON (Andr.) England's Improvement, 4to. Lond. 1677


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