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PRINTED BY A. J. VALPY, RED LION COURT, FLEET STREET.
AND MARSHALL; W. CARPENTER; LONDON
CONTENTS OF NO. XXXVI.
1. On the Necessity and best mode of striking off part of the National
II. The Rev. W. L. Bowles's Answer to Lord Byron's Letter on the con-
III. On the Criminal Jurisprudence of the Country, with Draft of a New
IV. Capt. Broughton's Letter to the Board of Agriculture. [Original.]
VI. Cornaro's Rules for attaining Long Life, and correcting a bad Consti-
VII. Observations on the Copy-Right Bill,
X. A Protest against Lord Byron's immolation of Gray, Cowper and
CONTENTS OF NO. XXXVII.
1. The Coronation Sermon. By Edward, Ld. Archbp. of York.
III. Letters of the Emperor Joseph II. to several of the most distin-
for the Pamphleteer.] ·
V. Cornaro's Rules for attaining a Long Life, and correcting a bad Con-
VI. A Vindication of the People from the charge of Blasphemy, and a
VII. On Agriculture, Currency, &c. [Original.]
VIII. On the 'teñdency of the Education Bill 'to degrade Grammar
CONTENTS OF NO, XXXIX.
1. The State of the Nation, at the commence-
ment of the year 1822. Considered under the Four
Departments of the Finance-Foreign Relations-
Home Department-Colonies and Board of Trade,
&c. &c. With an Appendix explanatory of recent
Measures adopted by Ministers,
II. The Return to NATURE; or, a Defence of the
VegeTABLE Regimen: with some account of an
experiment made during three or four years in the
Author's Family. By John FRANK Newton, Esq. 97
II). A LETTER to the Rev. W. L. BOWLES, in Reply to
his Letter to THOMAS CAMPBELL, Esq. and to
his two Letters to the Right Hon. Lord BYRON ;
containing a Vindication of their Defence of the PoE-
TICAL CHARACTER of Pope, and an Inquiry into
the nature of Poetical Images, and of the characteris-
tic qualities that distinguish Poetry froin all other
species of writing. By M. M‘Dermot. ............. 119
IV, OBSERVATIONS on TRADE, considered in refer
rence, particularly, to the Public Debt, and to the
Agriculture of the United Kingdom. By RICHARD