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Messengers of Truth, or Polish Chiefs, (2 vols.) 75

Pills for the Pious, a se. Kneeland's National Hymns, 25 ries of Liberal Tracts, Baron D'Holbach's Systein

Vols. I. and II., each, 31 of Nature, (abridged,) 13 Popular Tracts, edited by Dialogue of the Gods, 6

Robert Dale Owen, 44 Byron's and Southey's Vi. The Cornet, 2 vols., contain. sions of Judgment, 13

ing various Lectures of Kneeland's Defence against the Rev. Robt. Taylor the charge of Blasphemy, 38 and of the “ Lady of the Kneeland's Speech,

13 Rotunda," in numbers N. Very's Forty Christians, 13 83 00, bound, 3 50 Elegant Extracts,

6 Apocryphal New Testa. Political Catechism, inent, 75 A Life of Paine,

6 Useful Knowledge for the Hard Times, and a remedy Producers of Wealth-by Therefor,

2 William H. Hale,

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6 Six Essays on Education, The Mode of Protecting

from the New York Daily Domestic Industry-by Sentinel,

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LIBERAL TRACTS. VOL. I. of the Liberal Tracts, mentioned in the above list, is composed of twenty distinct publications, on as many different subjects, by some of the most celebrated authors, among whom are Dr. Cooper, R. D. Uwen, Thomas Herttell Palmer, Burden, Stewart, &c.

VOL. II., contains about the same number of Tracts.

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PREFACED BT A VIEW OF THE MORAL STATE OF NATIONS. The “ Revelation of Nature" was originally published at the epocb of the great revolution of France. It was intended as a continuation of the "System of Nature," and to exhibit a code of morals founded on the immutable principles of Reason, Truth, and Humanity.-Price, $25 for 100 copies, 213 for 50, $10 for 30, $5 fur 14, retail 50 cents.

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