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of supporting the Public Faith to its Creditors, the
Reduction of the Legal Rate of Interest of Money,
the Reduction of Rents. By R. PRESTON, Esq.
Considerations on the Propriety of making a Remune-
ration to Witnesses in Civil Actions, for Loss of
Time, and of allowing the same on the Taxation of
Costs as between party and party; with some Ob-
servations on the Present System of taxing Costs.
VII. General Reflexions on the Financial Situation of
France in 1816. By M. Ch. GANILH. Trans-
lated exclusively for the Pamphleteer
VIII. Letters on the Political and Financial Situation of the
British Empire, in the year 1816; being a continu-
ation to those of the years 1814 and 1815. Address-
1. A Plan for the Reform of Parliament on Constitu-
1. An Enquiry into the Right and Duty of compelling
Spain to relinquish her Slave Trade in Northern
III. Remarks on the Comparative Value of Freehold and
Copyhold Land; showing the worth of Lives
on Admittance and Enfranchisement, and on the
purchase of Advowsons. By William Rouse, Esq... 361
IV. An Address to the Proprietors of Bank Stock on the
Management of the Governor and Directors of the
Bank of England, and on the laws relating thereto.
V.. The Inaugural Oration, spoken on the 4th of Novem-
ber, 1815, at the Ceremony of laying the first
Stone of the London Institution, for the Diffusion
of Science and Literature. By Charles Butler,
VI. The State of the United Kingdom at the Peace of
Paris, Nov. 20, 1815, respecting the People; their
domestic Energies; their Agriculture; their Trade;
their Shipping ; and their Finances. By George
Chalmers, Esq. F.R.S. &c. &c. Second edition... 491
VII. Observations on the Scarcity of Money; and its
effects upon the Public. By Edward Tatham,
D. D. Rector of Lincoln College, Oxford ...... 443
VIII. An Essay on Provident or Parish Banks; for the Se-
curity and Improvement of the Savings of Trades-
men, Artificers, Servants, &c. until required for
their future wants or advancement in life, &c. &c.
By B. Beaumont, Esq. F. A. S.
ÍX. A Short Letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer,
on the dangerous Competition of the Distilleries
with the Breweries. By a Freebolder
X. The Speech of C. C. Western, Esq. M. P. on move
ing that the House should resolve itself into a
Commitice of the whole House to take into consi-
deration the distressed state of the Agriculture of
the United Kingdom, March 7, 1816. .......... 30$
XI. A Reply to the Observations of the Edinburgh Re-
view on the Anglo-Saxon Antiquities. By the
Rev. John Lingard, (Original)....... ... 531
XII. Brief Remarks on the Slave Registry Bill; and upon
a special Report of the African Institution, recom-
National Establishment, National Security.
THOUGHTS ON THE CONSEQUENCES
THE REV. WILLIAM EDMEADS,
ST. ALBAN HALL, OXFORD.
THE following letter on the commutation of the Tithes, was written early in the last year, when the subject was more particularly under consideration, and transmitted to a member of the legislature, in whose hands, I presumed it might be useful. I now present it to the public, with an encouraged hope, that it may correct some popular, but (as I conceive) mistaken opinions, respecting the Tithes, and induce even its enemies dispassionately to reflect upon the character, spirit and tendency of our national Church.
Śt. Alban Hall,
Jan. 26, 1816.