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THE LIBRARY
OF

THE UNIVERSITY

OF CALIFORNIA

LOS ANGELES



CATALOGUE.



CANADA.



CATALOGUE



OF THE



LIBRARY OF PARLIAMENT,



WORKS RELATING TO AMERICA.
PAMPHLETS AND MANUSCRIPTS.
INDEX TO AUTHORS AND SUBJECTS,



JJritrtd* ty irhr 0f % legislate.




TORONTO:

JOHN LOVELL, CORNER OF YONGE AND MELINDA STREET:

1858.



CANADA.



CATALOGUE



DE LA



OUVRAGES RELATIFS A L'AMERIQUE.

BROCHURES ET MANUSCRITS.

INDEX DES AUTETJRS ET DBS MATIERES.



m*' par nrfcr* to la:




TORONTO:

JOHN LOVELL, COIN DES RUES YONGE ET MELINDA.

1858..



TABLE OF CONTENTS.

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Page
PAMPHLETS 1075

CATALOGUE OF BOOKS ON AMERICA.
HISTORY OF AMERICA 1163

I. AMERICA IN GENERAL 1163

1. ANTIQUITIES AND ABORIGINES 1181

2. ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY AND MISSIONS 1190

II. SOUTH AMERICA 1199

III. WEST INDIES 1206

IV. CENTBAL AMEEICA 1212

V. NOETH AMEEICA 121&

1. MEXICO 1213

2. TTHITED STATES, IN GENERAL 1216

PABTICULAR STATES AND TEEEITOEIES 1233

(a) NEW ENGLAND STATES 1233

(6) NEW YORK 1241

(C) PENNSYLVANIA, NEW JERSEY AND DELAWAEE 1245

(d) VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND 1247

(e) GEORGIA AND ALABAMA 1250

(/) NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA 1251

(g) KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE 1251

(A) MISSISSIPPI, LOUISIANA, FLORIDA AND TEXAS 1252

(i) MICHIGAN, ILLINOIS, OHIO, WISCONSIN, MINNESOTA 1256

(j) CALIFORNIA AND OREGON 1258

3. HISTORY OF WAES IN NOETH AMEEICA 1259

() WAES ANTEEIOE TO THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 1259

(6) AMERICAN REVOLUTION 1261

(e) WARS SUBSEQUENT TO THE AMERICAN EEVOLUT1ON 1266

VI. BEITISH NOETH AMEEICA 1268

1. CANADA. 1270

INDEXES TO IMPEEIAL PAELIAMENTAEY PAPEES, CONCEENING CANADA 1287

SESSIONAL PAPEES OF THE HOUSE OF LOEDS 1287

SESSIONAL PAPEES OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS 1308

2. NEWFOUNDLAND, NOVA SCOTIA, NEW BEUNSWICK, CAPE BEETON AND PRINCE

EDWARD ISLAND 1335

8. HUDSON'S BAY TERRITORIES, AND RED RIVER SETTLEMENT 1338

GEOGRAPHY, VOYAGES AND TRAVELS 1339

I. AMERICA, IN GENEEAL 1339

II. SOUTH AMERICA 1351

III. WEST INDIES 1359

IV. CENTRAL AMERICA 1361

V. NORTH AMEEICA 1362

1. MEXICO 1372

2. UNITED STATES, GENEEALLY 1374

(a) EASTEEN, NOETHERN AND MIDDLE STATES 1382

(6) SOUTHEEN STATES 1383

(C) WESTEEN STATES AND TERRITORIES ; INCLUDING THE REGIONS BETWEEN THE

MISSISSIPPI AND THE PACIFIC OCEAN 1384



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VI TABLE OF CONTENTS.



3. BRITISH NOETH AMERICA 1392

(fl) CANADA 1396

(6) NEWFOUNDLAND, LABRADOR, NOVA SCOTIA, NEW BRUNSWICK, CAPE BRETON,

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 1403

(C) HUDSON'S BAT TERRITORIES AND RED RIVER SETTLEMENT 1405

(d) POLAR REGIONS 1406

CANADIAN LITERATURE, NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS 1407

AMERICAN AND CANADIAN PAMPHLETS 1419

1. AMERICAN PAMPHLETS 1419

2. CANADIAN PAMPHLETS 1428

MANUSCRIPTS - 1461

1. MANUSCRIPTS (IN FRENCH) RELATIVE TO THE HISTORY OF NEW FRANCE : IN THREE

SERIES- PARIS DOCUMENTS 1451

2. OTHER FRENCH MANUSCRIPTS RELATING TO THE HISTORY OF CANADA 1612

3. MANUSCRIPT MAPS, CONCERNING NEW FRANCE 1614

4. MANUSCRIPTS RELATING TO THE HISTORY OF CANADA. FROM THE LONDON AECHIVES 1622

5. DIVERS OTHER (ENGLISH) MANUSCRIPTS RELATING TO THE HISTORY OF CANADA... 1644

6. MANUSCRIPTS FROM THE BOARD OF TRADE RELATING TO THE BRITISH AMERICAN

COLONIES, AND PLANTATIONS, THE WEST INDIES, ETC 1648

PAINTINGS AND PHILOSOPHICAL INSTRUMENTS IN THE LIBRARY 1656

ADDENDA 1660

ALPHABETICAL CATALOGUE OF AUTHORS, AND SUBJECT MATTER INDEX TO BOOKS 1667



TABLE DES MATINEES.



Page
BROCHURES 1075

CATALOGUE DES OUVRAGES RELATIFS A L'AMERIQUE.
HISTOIRE DE L'AMERIQUE 1165

I. AMKEIQUB EN GENEEAL 1163

1. ANTIQUITES ET ABOE1GENES 1181

2. HISTOIRE ECCLESIA8TIQUE ET MISSIONS 1190

II. AMEBIQUE MEEIDIONALE 1199

III. INDES OCC1DENTALE3...-. 1206

IV. AMEEIQTTE CENTBALE 1212

T. AMEBIQUE 8EPTENTBIONALE 1213

1. MEXIQUE 1213

2. ETATS UNI8, EN GENEBAL .'. 1216

ETATS ET TEEEITOIEES PABTICULIEBS 1233

* (a) NOUVELLE ANGLETEBBE 1233

(6) NEW TOEK 1241

(c) PENSTLVANIE, NEW JEESET ET DELAWARE 1245

(d) VIEGINIE ET MABYLAND 1247

(6) GEOEGIE ET ALABAMA , 1250

(/) CAEOLINE DU NOED ET CAEOLINE DU SUD 1251

(g) KENTUCKY ET TENNESSEE 1251

(K) MISSISSIPPI, LOUISIANA, FLOBIDE ET TEXAS 1252

(i) MICHIGAN, ILLINOIS, OHIO, WISCONSIN ET MINNESOTA 1256

(j) CALIFOENIE ET OEEGON 1258

3. HISTOIBE DES GUEEHES DANS L'AMEBIQUE DU NOED 1259

(a) GUEEEES ANTEEIEUEES A LA EEVOLUTION AMEEICAINE 1259

(6) EEVOLUTION AMEEICAINE 1261

(C) GUEEEES SUBSEQUENTES A LA EEVOLUTION AMEEICAINE 1266

VI. AMEEIQUE BEITANNIQUE DU NOED 1268

1. CANADA 1270

INDEX DES DOCUMENTS PAELEMENTAIEES IMPEEIAUX EELATIFS AU CANADA 1287

DOCUMENTS PAELEMENTAIEES DE LA CHAMBEE DES LOEDS 1287

DO .DO DE LA CHAMBEE DES COMMUNES 1308

2. TEEEENEUVE, NOUVELLE ECOSSE, NOUVEAU BEUNSWICK, CAP BEETON ET ILE DU

PEINCE-EDOUAED 1335

3. TEEEITOIEES DE LA BAIE D'HUDSON ET ETABLISSEMENT DE LA EIVIEEE EOUGE 1338

GEOGRAPHIE ET VOYAGES 1339

I- AMEEIQUE EN GENEEAL 1339

II. AMEEIQUE MEEIDIONALE 1351

III. INDE8 OCCIDENTALES 1359

IV. AMEEIQUE CENTEALE 1361

V. AMEEIQUE SEPTENTEIONALE 1362

1 MEXIQUE 1372

2. ETATS-UNIS EN GENEEAL 1374

(a) ETATS DE L'EST, DU NOED ET DU MILIEU 1382

(b) ETATS DU SUD :... 1383

(c) ETATS ET TEEEITOIEES DE L'OUEST, (T COMPEIS LE3 EEGIONS ENTEE LE MISSIS-

SIPPI ET L'OCEAN PACIFIQUE ., 1384



VIII TABLE DBS MATURES.



Page

3. AMEEIQUE BBITANNIQUB DU NOBD 1392

() CANADA 189

(6) TBBBENBUVB, LABBADOB, NOUVELLB ECO8SE NOUYEAU BBUN8WICK, CAP BBETON

BT ILB DU PBINCB-EDOUABD 1403

(C) TEBBITOIBB8 DK LA BAIE D'HUDSON BT ETABL1SSEMENT J)E LA BIYIBSB BOUGE. 1405
((/) KEGIONS POLAIBB8 1406

OUVEAGES LITTERAIRES, JOURNAUX ET EECUEILS PERIODIQUES, PUSHES EN

CANADA 1*07

BROCHURES AMERICAINES ET CANADIENNES 1419

1. BBOCHUBBS AHBBICAIITBS 1419

2. BBOCHUBBS CANADIENNES 1428

MANUSCRITS 11

L MAN USCBIT8 FBAN CAI8 BELATIBS A L'HISTOIBE DE LA NOUVELLE FBANCE ; EN XBOIS

BEBIE8. (DBS ARCHIVES DE PAEI8) 1451

2. AT7TBE8 MANTJSCBITS PBANCAIB BELATIFS A L'HISTOIitE DTT CANADA 1612

3. CABTES MANUSCBITES BELATIVES A LA JTOTTV^LLE PEANCE 1614

4. MANUSCBITS ANGLAIS BELATIPS A L'HISTOIBE DU CANADA .*. 1622

5. DIVEBS AUTBES MANUSCBITS ANGLAIS BELATIFS A L'HISTOIBE DU CANADA 1644

6. MANUSCBITS BELATIPS AUX COLONIES ANGLAISES DE L'AMEEIQUE DU NOBD, AUX

INDE8 OCCIDENTALES, ETC 1648

TABLEAUX, PLANETAIRE, GLOBES, ETC 165

ADDENDA 1660

INDEX ALPHABETIQUE DBS MATIERES ET DBS AUTEURS ... 1667



PAMPHLETS. 1075



CONTENTS OF THE BOUND VOLUMES OF PAMPHLETS IN THE LIBRARY. THESE VOLUMES AHE NOT
CLASSIFIED, BUT ABE SEVEBALLT NUMBEBED AND LETTEEED ON THE BACK AS UNDERMENTIONED.



Vol. I. [Tracts, Oratio Harveland, &c. London, 1799-1809.]

Pages

1. Monro, Thos. Oratio Harveiana, in Coll. Regal. Medicor. 18th October, 1799. .16

2. Vaughan, Henr. 1800.. 18

3. Pemberton, Chr. RiH>t. 1806.. 84

4. Powell, Richd. : 1808. .28

5. Heberden, Guil. 1809.. 27

6. Letters on the subject of Quarantine 1799. .29

7. Ruiz, Hipolito. Sobre la Raiz de la Ratanhia, de la Calaguala y de la China, &c.

Madrid, 1796.. 72
Vol. II. [Tracts. London, 1769-73.]

1. Jones, Row. Sacred Symbols, Words, Ideas and Things discovered according
to the Platonic numbers. With the Origin of Language, &c., and the

Circles of Gomer 1773 . .49

2. . The Philosophy of Words. With specimens of the first

Language, and Lexicon of ancient Names, &c 1769. .80

Vol. III. [Tracts on Reform. London, 1831.]

1. Of the proposed Reform 36

2. The new Constitution 32

3. The advantages of Reform as proposed 33

4. A leaf from the future history of England, on the subject of Reform 12

5. A Dialogue on Parliamentary Reform 23

6. Appeal to the Protestant Electors of Great Britain and Ireland 12

7. Sebright, Sir J. S. Opinions of, on Tenant Farmers' Votes 11

8. Vyvyan, Sir R. R. Speech of, on Reform 11

9. Appeal to the Electors of England 12

10. Address to the supporters of Lord Grey and Reform 12

11. Hints to Electors on the new Constitution 23

12. Substance and tendency of the Reform Bill. . . 35

13. Effects of Reform 11

14. Peel, Sir R. Speech (on the Question,) Will the Agriculturists be benefitted

by the Reform Bill ? : 23

15. A few words to the Lords and the People about Reform 36

16. On the Laws and Liberties of Englishmen 21

17. Cobbett's " Penny Trash." February, March and April, 1831 17, 24, 22

18. King Omega's Vision ; Or, a midsummer night's dream in 1831 (Poetry) 11

. 1 9. ^Esop in Downing Street. Parti 23

20. Life and Death of Swing the Rick -burner. With the Confession of Thomas

Goodman, under sentence of death . .26



1076 PAMPHLETS.



21. Imposture unmasked ; a letter on the schemes of the Church Robbers 23

22. A Word to Persons desirous of Change 12

23. Paley, W. Reasons for Contentment ; addressed to Labourers ; with, The

Bee-Hive (a Fable) 24

24. A Statement as to Wages paid to Agricultural Labourers 23

Vol. IV, [Pamphlets. 175182.]

1. The New Forest and Richmond New Park, Historical accounts of; with

Strictures on Forests and the Forest Laws, &c London, 1751 . .68

2. A new description of the Curiosities at the E. of Pembroke's, Wilton House.

By James Kennedy London, 1764. .107

3. The Norfolk Tour; or, a description of Seats, Towns, &c., in Norfolk.

Norwich, 1772.. 60

4. A description of the Town and Abbey of Bury St. Edmund's, [with] A

List of the Abbots and the several Benefactors of the Town. 12mo.

Bury, 1782.. 112

5. An Address to the Author of a Letter, to the Guardians of the Poor ; [and]

A method of regulating the Inequality of Assessments for the Poor. 8vo.

Bury, 1778.. 37
Vol. V. [Day of Judgment, Memoir of Ld. Lovat, Sec. 1759 92.]

1. Ogilvie, J. The Day of Judgment. (Poem.) London, 1759. .50

2. Memoirs of the Life of Lord Lovat London, 1746 . . 123

3. Eliot, F. P. On the subject of the Arm'd Yeomanry, &c. Stafford, 1794.

(Imperfect.)

4. Advantages that will arise from improved Guns, &c., in the Royal Navy.

(No title.) I2mo London, 1803. .16

5. Rules, &c., of the Society of Arts, &c London, 1792 . . 32

6. An Inquiry into our Domestic Affairs London, . . 54

7. Explication du platfond de 1'Hospital Royal a Greenwich. Francois et

Anglais 22

Vol. VI [Tracts on Gardening.]

1. New method of Propagating Fruit Trees and Flowering Shrubs. By Thos.

Barns. (Attributed to Sir J. Hill.) London, 1759. .40

2. Perfect, T. The practice of Gardening; with those secrets which gar-

deners observe London, 1759. .58

3. The London Gardener ; [or] The most experienced method in London

Gardens London, ..61

4. White, J. Collateral Bee Boxes ; or, a new method of managing Bees.

London, 1759.. 65
Vol. VH. [Tracts, 1810-20.]

1. Fisher, J. On the Datura Stramonium, as a cure of Asthma. London, 1811 . .90

2. Butter, J. On the change of Plumage in Female Birds at an advanced age. .24

3. Laws of the Public Library, instituted 1810 . Plymouth, 1814. .19

4. Account of, and Laws of the Plymouth Institution Plymouth, 1819. .28

5. Mr. Hayden's Picture of Christ's Triumphant Entry in Jeru-
salem London, 1820.. 15

6. West's Picture of Christ Healing the Sick London, 1811 .. 16

7. Laws, &c., of the Plymouth Institution Plymouth, 1814. . 18

8. Fi&her J. On Asthma, with directions for the use of the Stramonium herb.

London, 1810.. 25



PAMPHLETS. 1077



Pages

9. Causes of our late Prosperity and present Distress London, 1819. .34

10. The same as No. 11, Vol. CLXXII. -

11. Romilly, Sir S. Eulogium on Benjamin Constant"; edited by Sir! T. C.

Morgan 4. ^ London, 1819 . .78

For another copy, seel Vol. XXXVIII, No. 2.

12. Report of the Merchants, &c., of Plymouth, with a view to the furtherance

of Trade [there] Plymouth, 1813.. 39

13. On the Turnpike Road through Chudleigh, &c., between Exeter and Ply-

mouth ; by James Green Plymouth, . .27

14. Ellicombe, H. M. An Abridgment of the Report of the House of Commons,

on the Highways of the Kingdom Exeter, 1816. .34

15. Annals of the Fine Arts, No. 1 '.London, 1816. .112

Vol. VIII. [Miscellaneous Tracts, 170485.]

1. [Maden's] Thoughts on our Criminal Laws London, 1785. .170

2. Two Letters to the Russian Nation [dealing with the Prophecies.] Can-

terbury, 1770 . . 12

3. The Clarion : a Letter to the King of Prussia [by the same author as the

foregoing] Rochester, 1771. .20

4. Legal means of Political Reformation, two Tracts. (l.)On Equitable Repre-

sentation. (2) On Annual Parliaments; from G. Sharp London, 1780. .59

5. A Prisoner's Observations on Imprisonment for Debt , 1787. .24

6. Forestallers and Engrossers detected ; with a Plan for restoring Plenty.

London, 1772.. 53

7. Thoughts on the Construction and Management of Prisons. . .London, 1786. 32

8. Some Thoughts concerning the Stage and its immorality London, 1704. .13

9. An Address to a Clergyman, on the duties of his sacred Office 16

Vol. IX. [Tracts, 175262.]

1. Letters to a Young Lady previous to Marriage, and three Poems : by the

same author London, 1762 . .148

2. The Oxford Guide; [with] A Tour to Blenheim, Ditchley, and Stow.

Oxford, ..134

3. On real and practical Religion London, 1752 . .35

4. Description of Vaux-Hall Gardens London, 1762 . .51

5. Description of Ranelagh Rotunda and Gardens London, 1762. .35

Vol. X. [Vermin-Killer, &c., 1814.]

1. The Universal Vermin-Killer ; being an infallible directory for taking alive,

&c., all Vermin London, 1802. 66

2. The Vermin-Killer : Physical Receipts, Farriers' Receipts, Observations in

Husbandry, &c No title ; imperfect. .82

3. Lectures on Astronomy and Natural Philosophy London, 1794. .68

4. Aikin, J. The Calendar of Nature London, 1801 . .72

5. The Farmer and Gardener's Weather Directory, with Observations on the

Barometer, &c Norwich, ..48

6. Adams, J. Extracts from a Meteorological Journal kept at Edmonton :

Observations from eminent Men, whereby to foretell the Weather.

London, 1814.. 102
Vol. XI. [Corn-Bill. Comber, Torrens, and Jacob, 180815.]

1. Comber, W. T. Of National Subsistence, as connected with the progress of
Wealth and Population London, 1808, pp. 323 ; appendix, 59



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P.JCS

2. Torrens, R. On the external Corn Trade, and the effects which Restrictions

on Importation and free intercojwse are calculated to produce. London,

1815, preface, pp. 19, 348

3. Jacob, W. Considerations on the Protection of H^tish Agriculture, and on

the influence of the price of Corn on exportabft productions. London,

1814. .195
Vol. XIL [Miscellanies, 1789-99.]

1. Remarks on some of the Ancient English Poets, particularly Milton.

London, 1789.. 146
3. Falconer, T. The Voyage of Hanno translated, [and] the Greek Text.

Explained from modern travellers, and illustrated by Maps.

London, 1797.. 121

3. Remarks on some passages of Bryant's Mythology, respecting the War of

Troy. [Attributed to T. Falconer.] London, 1799. .62

4. Investigation into our received Chronology, wheiein essential errors are

shewn : [and] That Christ was born in the year 4119, and not in 4004.

Shrewsbury, 1798.. Ill

-5. Pearson, Joseph. Doorkeeper of the H. of Commons. Political Diction-
ary : Containing definitions, &c., more particularly appertaining to the

House of Commons ; with Anecdotes, &c London, 1792. .59

Vol. XTTT. [Miscellanies, 1775-94.]

1. The Evidence delivered on the Petition by the W. India Planters, &c., to

the House of Commons, as it was summed up by Mr. Glover 1775. .94

2. Collins, John. The case of the Sugar Colonies London, 1792. .97

3. Review of a tract, entitled, " Observations on the Commerce of the Amer-

ican States ;" shewing the pernicious consequences of the systems
recommended London, 1784 . . 108

4. Edwards, Brian. Thoughts on Proceedings of Government respecting the

Trade of the West India Islands with the United States of America.

London, 1784. .91
5 Bird, H. M. View of the relative situation of Great Britain and the U.

States of America London, 1794. .43

Vol. XIV. [Tracts, 1784-1809.]

1. Burgoyne, M. Letter (to the Freeholders) on the present state of public

affairs, arid the representation of Essex , 1808 . .78

2. Lunardi, V. Account of the first Aerial Voyage in England. .London, 1784. .66

3. Waithman, R. War proved to be the real cause of the present scarcity,

&c., with the radical remedies London, 1800 . , 80

4. Proceedings of the Electors of Southwark on 12th April, 1809 ; with an

address by Mr. Favell 30

For another copy, see Vol. CXCV., No. 12.

5. Price, Rich. A discourse on Feb. 21, 1781, the day for a Public Fast,

(having some reference to America) London, 1781 . .39

6. Towers, J. Oration on 4th Nov., 1788, at the [Century] Commemoration

of the Revolution London, 1788 . .35

7. Letter, with hints to the new Parliament, or what the Nation expects.

London, 1780. .59

8. Why do we go to War ? The Question discussed according to the official

correspondence London, 1803. .30



PAMPHLETS. 1079



Pages

9. The question [of War with France] as it stood, March, 179S.Londori, 1798 . 24
10. Coke, T. W. Addresses to the Freeholders, &c., of the County of Norfolk.

Norwich, 1802.. 16
Vol. XV. [Letters, 1830-32.]

1. Barrow, C. On the affairs of the West Indies London, 1830 . . 16

2. Civis to the Duke of Richmond, on the Distress of the common people.

London, 1830.. 16

3. A Whig-Commoner on the question of Reform ....... .London, 1831 . .27

4. A Fellow-citizen on Political Unions Bath, 1831 . .16

5. Allen, J. On the ruinous policy of Low Peace Establishments in the

Army and Navy London, 1831. .31

6. Gray, Rev. J. H. Letter to the Archbishops and Bishops proposing an

Order of " Protestant Episcopal Brothers." London, 1831 . .16

7. M'Ghee, Rev. R. J. On the Established Church in Ireland, in Reply to

Dr. Doyle's Letter London, 1831 . .32

8. The conduct of Government towards the Church of England in the West

Indies London, 1831.. 24

9. On the proposed [Title-deeds] Register Bill London, 1831 . .37

10. To Earl Grey on his Renunciation of the English Monarchy. ..London, 1832.. 10

11. Gore, Montagu. On Police London, 1832.. 16

12. Miller, Rev. J. On Church Property and Church Reform . . . London, 1832. 120

13. Robinson, M. Answer 40 R. M. Beverley on the present state of the

Church ; with remarks on (the same writer's) " Tombs of the Prophets,"
&c Beverley, 1832 . . 59

14. Ferrers, J. R. On the administration of the Poor Laws London, 1832. .44

15. Proceedings of the friends of Scriptural Education, and the whole Bible,

in the Rotunda, 10th January Dublin, 1832 . .32

16. Dr. Doyle's letter to Lord Farnham; with an answer; and a challenge, by

R. J. McGhee and R. Daly . . Dublin, 1832. .32

17. Recent facts, &c., concerning the Burial Ground at Stoke-Damerel ; with

Letters which passed between Dr. Phillpotts, &c., and Mr. Rodd.

Devonport, 1832, pp. 25, appx. 31
Vol. XVI. [Political Tracts, 1800-16.]

1. Correspondence and proceedings on the renewal of the East India Com-

pany's Charter London, 1812. .92

2. Correspondence and Documents explaining the proceedings of Marquis

Wellesley and the Earl of Moira in the recent negociations for the forma-
tion of an Administration London, 1812 . .87

For another copy, see Vol. CXCV.,No. 5.

3. Voght, Baron Von. Of the management of the Poor in Hamburg between

1788 and 1794 London, 1817. .42

4. Morris, E. On Monopoly and Forestalling London, 1800 . .54

5. Report of the British and Foreign School Society, 1815 London. .80

6. Colquhoun, P. A. New system of Education for the labouring people.

London, 1806.. 93

7. The causes and consequences of the depressed state of Agricultural pro-

duce .London, 1816. .16

8. Bernard, Sir T. The new school (for the poor) : its principles, details, &c.

London, 1810.. Ill



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9. Holdsworth, A. H. On the present state of the country London, 1816. .23

10. Baily, F. On London Life Assurance Companies ; their respective merits,

&c London, 1810. .43

11. Vanderstraeten, F. Analysis of the views in a work, entitled, " Improved

Agriculture," &c., &c London, 1816. .30

Vol. XVH. [Alfred ; Addresses, &c., 1789.]

1. Withers, P. Alfred ; or, a Narrative of the measures (used) to suppress a

pamphlet, viz : " Strictures on the declaration of Home Tooke, respecting
Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales, commonly called Mrs.

Fitzherbert, with remarks on a Regency." London, 1789. .48

Another copy, with small variations, see No. 3, Vol. CCXXVII.

2. Alfred unmasked ; or, The New Cataline, [controverting the foregoing.]

London, 1789.. 33

3. Davis, R. Narrative of Facts in answer to " Alfred ;" and containing the

correspondence between Dr. Withers and J. Ridgway, on the publication
of the History of the Royal Malady, &c London, 1789. .56

4. Debate on the subject of a Regency, in the House of Commons, in De-

cember, 1788 London, 1788. .98

5. Collection of Addresses and Letters that have been sent, or may be sent, to

the Chancellor of the Exchequer, on his support of the Constitution 88

6. Ministerial Instructions for the Addresses that have been, and that will be,

presented to the Right Hon. Wm. Pitt and others, who have voted them-
selves in possession of all the rights of the people and prerogatives of the

Crown of England London, 1779.. 102

For another copy, see Vol. CXXXV., No. 1.

7. The Royal Dialogue between the P. of W. and the Right Hon. C. J. F.

London, . .47

8. Whig and No Whig : A political paradox .London, 1789. .32

VoL XVm. [Tracts, 1808-15.]

1. The King vs. Graham. Mr. F. Plowden's refutation of the charge of

having improvidentiy and maliciously advised the prosecution.

London, 1808.. 138

2. Account of Port Jackson, its native inhabitants, &c. : with an account of

the murder of Mr. Clode [there] London, 1809. .24

3. Of the differences which exist between the members of the Oxford Circuit

and Mr. Wyborn London, 1809.. 52

4. A Letter to Mrs. Clarke, on her late connection with the Duke of York,

and the charges preferred against him London, 1809 . . 58

5. Case of the Seven Princes of Britain, contrasted with that of Seven British

Merchants, &c. ; suggesting the policy of bringing the different Chris-
tian denominations of Britain under one hierarchy, &c. London, 1812. .118

6. Lord Cochrane's Letter to Lord Ellenborough. London, 1815, pp. 138 ; ap-

pendix. .36

7. Hague, T. Letter to Mr. Garrow, in which the conduct of Counsel, in

cross-examination, &c., is discussed and exposed, &c London, . .60

Vol. XIX. [Naval Actions, Bank Charter. 1788-90.]

1. Of the Naval Actions of the last War, with Hints for the Improvement of
the Nav 7 London, 1790 . .147



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2. The Charter of the Bank of England ; with the Rules, Orders, and By-

Laws London, 1788. .84

Vol. XX. [Lessons to a Young Prince, &c., 1790.]

1 . Lessons to a Young Prince on the disposition in Europe to a general Revo-

lution ; with a Lesson on the mode of studying Burke's Reflections on
the French Revolution .London, 1790. .159

2. Defense de Louis XVI. a la barre de la convention nationale, en Decem-

bre 1792, par le citoyen De Seze Londres, 1793.. 62

3. An Appeal in behalf of the West India Merchants and Planters [for a

gradual abolition of the Slave Trade] London, 1792. .118

Vol. XXI. [Tracts, 1807.]

1. Trial between Ross Donnelly, Post-Captain, and Sir Home Popham, in

1807 [regarding the partition of prize-money between a flag-officer and
under officers] London, 1807. . 129

2. Minutes of a Court-Martial, 6th 1 1th March, 1807, for the trial of Capt.

Sir Home Popham London, 1807.. 184

3. Trial by Court-Martial of Lieut-General Whitelock, Jan. 28th March

15th, 1808, with his defence ; and an account of his life and campaigns.

London, . .94

Vol. XXII. [Tracts, 1804-10.]

1. Speech of Lord Melville on the subject of Troop-Ships ; with Papers re-

lating to the Expedition to the Scheldt, &c. London, 1810. .78

2. Letter to Lord Melville, respecting Troop-Ships, and the general state of

the Navy, with Documents London, 1810. .56

3. The real situation of the Navy of Great Britain at the period of Lord St.

Vincent's resignation ... London, 1804 . .68

4. A treatise on Razors ; by B. Kingsbury, razor-maker London, 1804. .46

5. Declarations of Sweden, Russia, Prussia, and England, which demonstrate

that the restoration of Peace is retarded only by the injustice and ambi-
tion of the common enemy London, 1806 . .35

6. Sketch of the present state of France ; by an English Gentleman, escaped

from Paris London, 1805.. 124



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