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GALE AND FENNER, PATERNOSTER ROW: LLOYD, HARLEY STREET; BLACK, AND CO., LEADENHALL STREET; AND ALL OTHER
CONTENTS OF NO. XVII.
DEFENCE of ECONOMY, against the late Mr.
BURKE. BY JEREMY BENTHAM, Esq. [Original]
II. A TREATISE on GREYHOUNDS, with Observations
on the TREATMENT and DISORDERS of them.
Sir RICHARD CLAYTON, Bart. .......
III. HINTS for the Cultivation of the . PEAT-BOGS in
IRELAND, with a View to the Increase of Population,
Security, and Public Happiness, especially in that part
of the United Kingdom, in a Letter to the REV. T.
IV. TPITOFENEA; or a Brief OUTLINE of the UNIVER-!
SAL SYSTEM. By G. FIELD, Esq. [Original].... 101
V. FURTHER OBSERVATIONS on the STATE of the
NATION-The Means of EMPLOYMENT of LABOR
-The SINKING FUND and its Application-Pauper-
ism-Protection requisite to the LANDED and AGRI-
CULTURAL INTERESTS. By R. PRESTON, Esq.
VI. OBSERVATIONS on the GAME LAWS, with Proposed
Alterations for the PROTECTION and INCREASE of
GAME and the Decrease of CRIMES. By J. CHITTY,
Esq. of the Middle Temple, Barrister at Law
VII. A SECOND LETTER to a FRIEND in DEVONSHIRE,
on the Present SITUATION of the COUNTRY. By A.
H. HOLDSWORTH, Esq. M. P. ......
VIII. A PLAN SUGGESTED for mature consideration, for
Superseding the Necessity of the POOR RATES, by
means of Cottage Acres, and Farms, termed LEAVEN
FARMS; thus denominated from the intended benefits
likely to result from its pervading the whole mass. [Ori-
IX. CONSTITUTIONAL AIDS.-PROGRESS OF TAX-
ATION, with a NEW PLAN of FINANCE.
STEPHEN PELLET, M. D. [Original]
X. INQUIRY into the CAUSES and REMEDIES of the late
and present SCARCITY and HIGH PRICE of PROVI-
SIONS, in a Letter to Lord SPENCER, dated 8th No-
vember 1800, with OBSERVATIONS on the DISTRESS-
ES of AGRICULTURE and COMMERCE which have
prevailed for the last three Years. By Sir GILBERT
BLANE, Bart. F. R. S. Physician to the Prince Regent.
Second Edition, with considerable alterations and ad-
ditions. Printed exclusively in the PAMPHLETEER. 257
CONTENTS OF NO. XVIII.
I. A VINDICATION of the POLITICAL CONDUCT of GE-
NERAL SAVARY, Duke of Rovigo: in a Letter from
himself to the Editor. [Original, and translated exclu-
sively for the PAMPHLETEER.]
II. THE SOURCE OF THE EVIL.
Addressed to the United
Parliament and the People of Great Britain, on the
League formed between the Irish Lay Separatists, and
the Irish Roman Catholic Bishops, on the measure of
Emancipation. By ANGLO-HIBERNUS. [Original.] 349
III. REFORM WITHOUT INNOVATION: or, Cursory
Thoughts on the only practicable Reform of Parliament,
consistent with the existing Laws and the Spirit of the
Constitution. By J. SYMMONS, Esq.
IV. THE NATIONAL DEBT IN ITS TRUE COLOURS, with
Plans for its Extinction by honest Means.
V. A LETTER TO THE RIGHT HON. LORD SIDMOUTH,
showing the extreme Injustice to Individuals and Injury
to the Public, in the present System of PUBLIC-HOUSE
LICENSING, and proposing a Constitutional Remedy for
its numerous Evils. By J. T. BARBER BEAUMONT,
Esq. F. A. S.