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Art. I. Papers respecting the Negociation for a Renewal of the

East India Company's exclusive Privileges.

Petitions of the Merchants and Manufacturers of Bristol,

Liverpool, Glasgow, &c. against the Renewal of the

Company's Charter, &c.

239

II. De la Littérature Française pendant le 18me Siècle 287

HII. An Historical Sketch of the last Years of the Reign of

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and for improving the moral Habits, and increasing

the Comforts of the Labouring People, by Regula-

tions calculated to reduce the Parochial Rates of the

Kingdom, and generally to promote the Happiness

and Security of the Community at large, by the Di-

minution of immoral and penal Offences, and the fu-

ture Prevention of Crimes. By P. Colquhoun, LL.D. 319

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tice of the Charge, alleged by Methodists and other

Objectors, that the Gospel is not preached by the

National Clergy: in a Series of Discourses delivered

before the University of Oxford in the Year 1812, at

the Lecture founded by the late Rev. J. Bampton,

M.A. Canon of Salisbury. By Richard Mant, M.A.

Vicar of Great Coggeshall, Essex, and late Fellow of

Oriel College.

356

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By Henry Lichtenstein, Doctor in Medicine and Phi-

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versity of Berlin; Member of several learned Socie-

ties, &c. &c. . Translated from the original Gerinan, ?

by Anne Plumptre.

374

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