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CONTENTS OF NO. XXXIV.
II. Marriage and Divorce. [Original.]
III. On the Poetical Character of Pope, &c. By the Rev. W. Lisle Bowles. [Ori-
oned by his attempt to maintain the Division of Classes into Productive and Unproduc-
V. On the present National Distress.
IX. The Marquis of Lansdown's Speech on Foreign Commerce. (Rerised and cor-
nal.] ro...................................... 905