The Monthly Repository, Volumen 8

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Leigh Hunt
C. Fox, 1834
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Variorum Notes on the Newspapers
76
New Publications
87
MONTHLY REPOSITORY NEW SERIES No LXXXVI
87
Notes on some of the more popular Dialogues of Plato No I The
89
Songs of the Months No 2 February St Valentiues Day
99
The Indicator and Companion
101
The Taxes on Knowledge
103
Classification of Readers of Shakapeare with Remarks on Macreadys King
110
Lord Broughams Chancery Reforms
122
Coriolanus no Aristocrat
129
Adam the Gardener
139
Notes on the Newspapers Church Reform and the DissentersThe War Cry
155
Colonel Macerone
157
India a Poem 384
159
List of New Publications with Critical Notices
160
Characteristics of Goethe
177
Autobiography of Pel Verjuice Chap VIII
212
A Boar Hunter
227
On the Bishop of Londons Defence of the Church Establishment
249
Mrs Thomson you are wanted
282
Qcune By Mrs Leman Grimstone
299
Spring Song
303
Knowless Sheridan Beggar
304
On the Separation of Church aud State
313
Martiueaus Town 307
318
On the Application of the Terms Poetry Science and Philosophy
323
On the Propriety of totally Abolishing DeathPunishment
332
The Unwritten Word
346
The Phaetons of Knowledge
352
The Tithe Bill
354
Mr Roebuck and the Times
359
The Churchrate Abottion
368
The Revolutionary Kpic
375
Letter from an Englishman to a Frenchman on a recent Apology in
384
The Seven Temptations
396
Notes on some of the more Popular Dialogues of Plato No II The
404
National Immorality Cured in Fourteen Years
420
The Press and the Trades Unions
435
Lod Broughams Defence of the Church Establishment
441
Sir Edward Knatchbull s Beer Bill 118
447
Honours to Science
454

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