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CONTENTS OF NO.' XXXVI.
I. On the Necessity and best mode of striking off part of the Na-
tional Debt. [Original.]

II, The Rev. W. L. Bowles's Answer to Lord Byron's Letter on the
: controversy, about Pope. 2nd. Ed. Enlarged.

III. On the Criminal Jurisprudence of the Country, with Draft of
a New Penal Code. By J. T. B. Beaumont, Esq.

IV. Capt. Broughton's Letter to the Board of Agriculture. [Original.]
V. Letter to the Board of Trade. (Original.]

VI. Cornaro's Rules for attaining Long Life, and correcting a bad

Constitution.

VII. Observations on the Copy-Right Bill.

VIII. On the Corn Question. [Original.]

IX. On Marriage and

Divorce. [Original.),
X. A Protest against Lord Byron's immolation of Gray, Cowper

and Campbell at the shrine of Pope.
XI: An Account of the Public Funded Debt, 5th January,

1820.
Ditto.
Ditto.

Ditto. 1821.
Ditto.
Copsolidated Fund,

Ditto, 1820.
Ditto.
Ditto.

Ditto. 1821.

I. The Coronation Sermion. By Edward, Ld. Archbp. of York.

II. The Piedmontese Revolution. By Count Santa-Rosa, Ex-Minister.

[Exclusively translated for the Pamphleteer.]

III. Letters of the Emperor Joseph II. to several of the most distinguished

Characters of his time.' [Now first translated from the German, exclusively

for the Pamphleteer.]

IV. On the Criminal Jurisprudence of the Country, with Draft of a New

Penal Code. By J, T. B. Beaumont, Esq.

V. Cornaro's Rules for attaining a Long Life, and correcting a bad Con-
stitution.

VI. A Vindication of the People from the charge of Blasphemy, and a
Defence of the Freedom of the Press. [New Edition, with Akerations.]

VII, Оn Agriculture, Currency, &c. (Original.)

VIII. On the tendency of the Education Bill to Degrade Grammar
Schools ; and the importance of preserving the Classical Discipline of their
Founders. By Vicesimus Knox, 'D. D. [New Edition, with Alterations.]

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