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CONTENTS OF NO. XXXV.
I. The DECLARATION of ENGLAND against the Acts
and Projects of the HOLY ALLIANCE; with an Ap-
pendix, containing Official Documents •-• • • 5-• • •
II. REFLECTIONS on the CONDUCT of the ALLIES.... 41
III. Sketch of a Plan for a REFORMATION in the System
of PROVINCIAL BANKING; by which the notes of
Country Bankers may be rendered as secure as those of
the Bank of England, and the Agriculturists, Manufac-
turers, &c. &c. relieved from the distress and inconve-
nience occasioned by the want of a secure circulating
IV. An ESSAY on CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE, with the
Draft of a NEW PENAL CODE; in which it is attempted
to define Crimes and Offences with clearness and brevity;
to render Penalties proportionate and consistent; and
to promote a pure, speedy, and cheap administration of
Justice. By J. T. B. BEAUMONT, ESQ., F. A. S.
one of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace for Middle-
V. On the DISSOLUTION of the CHAMBER of DEPUTIES,
and on the possible consequence of this dissolution to the
Nation, the Government, and the Ministry. By M. B.
CONSTANT, Deputy for "La Sarthe." [Translated
VI. TWO PAIRS of HISTORICAL PORTRAITS: OCTA-
VIUS CÆSAR, and WILLIAM PITT, (Reprinted);
RIENZI and BUONAPARTE, (never before published.)
By G. W. MEADLY, Author of "Memoirs of William
Paley, D. D." and of " Algernon Sidney"
VII. THOUGHTS on the CRIMINAL PRISONS of this
COUNTRY; Occasioned by the Bill now in the House
relating to Prisons; with some remarks on the practice
of looking to the Task-master of a prison, rather than to
the Chaplain, for the reformation of offenders; and of
purchasing the work of those whom the Law has con-
demned to hard labor as a punishment, by allowing
them to spend a portion of their earnings during their
imprisonment. By G. Holford, Esq. M. P. [Second
Edition, with Corrections and Alterations].... ... 143
VIII. The EXCLUSION of the Queen from the LITURGY,
historically and legally considered. By a BARRISTER.
[The Fourth Edition, enlarged by the Author.].............. 191
IX. On the POETICAL CHARACTER of POPE; elucida-
ting the "Invariable Principles of Poetry," &c. in re-
ply to O. GILCHRIST. By the Rev. W. L. BoWLES.
X. PHOCION in Reply to CATO, in Defence of the People
of England, and in Vindication of the Public Press;
with a few words in conclusion to the EARL of LIVER-
XI. On the present Timber and Deal Trade, as regards
Europe and the British American Colonies; resting on
CONTENTS OF NO. XXXIV.
I. M. J. B. Say's Letters to the Rev. T. R. Malthus, on Political Economy; parti-
II. Marriage and Divorce. [Original]
III. On the Poetical Character of Pope, &c. By the Rev. W. Lisle Bowles. [Ori-
IV. On the Production of Wealth; in a Letter to the Rev. T. R. Malthus, occasi-
V. On the present National Distress.
VI. A Free Trade essential to the Welfare of Great Britain, &c. By J. Clay.
VII. Essay on the Currency. [Original.]
VIII. The United Kingdom tributary to France the real Cause of our Distresses.
X. Considerations on the Corn Question, &c. [Original.]
On the Expediency and Necessity of STRIKING OFF a
part of the NATIONAL DEBT; with Observations on
its practicability with the least possible injury. [Origi-
II. Two LETTERS to the Right Hon. LORD BYRON, in
answer to his Lordship's Letter to **** ******, on the
Rev. W. L. BowLES's Strictures on the LIFE and
WRITINGS of POPE: more particularly on the Ques-
tion, whether Poetry be more immediately indebted to
what is SUBLIME OF BEAUTIFUL in the works of NA-
TURE, or the works of ART? By the Rev. W. L.
BOWLES. [Second Edition, enlarged and corrected, ex-
III. An Essay on CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE, with the
DRAFT of a NEW PENAL CODE; in which it is at-
tempted to define Crimes and Offences with clearness and
brevity; to render Penalties proportionate and consistent;
and to promote a pure, speedy, and cheap, administra-
tion of Justice. By J. T. BARBER BEAUMONT, Esq.
IV. A Letter to G. WEBB HALL, Esq. Secretary to the
BOARD of AGRICULTURE, &c. &c. in reply to his Let-
ter to the PRESIDENT of the BOARD of TRADE, &c.;
and to the Views and Demands of the Agricultural Asso-
ciations of the United Kingdom. By Captain ROBERT
VI. Sure METHODS of ATTAINING a LONG and HEALTH-
FUL LIFE; with the Means of CORRECTING A BAD