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since thus, proper care may be had, with respect to the regularity of dates and every other circumstance, to give that clear series and continuation of subjects which will constitute the leading feature of this pubļication. • The sentiments and suggestions which MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT may prefer promulgating through the Press to oral declaration in the House, or which they may desire to publish for the information of their friends and constituents, after such declaration, will form a prominent feature of this Work.

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farored him with original Pamphlets, that the publication of them hus
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VIII. Anticipation of Marginal Notes, on the Declaration of the British Government of the Ninth of January, 1813, in the American National lutelligencer

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IX. A Letter to the Right Honorable the Earl of Buickinghamshire, on the subject of an Open Trade to India. By FABIUS


• X. The Letters of GRACCIIUS on the East India Question 575

XI. Letters of PROBUS in answer to GRACCHUS


N. B. The important contents of this number will, it is hoped,

apologise for any apparent disrespect to the favors of Correspondents. It has been our object in this instance, and it ever will be, to diversify our subjects as much as we can in justice to those already in the course of elucidation,

No. III. Amongst other Pamphlets, will contain the following. Several Pamphlets in further illustration of the India Question. Dr. Marsh's Answer to Mr. GANDOLPHY. Mr. GANDOLPHY's Second Answer to Dr. MARSI. LORD Redesdale's Answer to SIR SAMUEL ROMILLY, on the appointment of · a Vice Chancellor. SIR SAMUEL ROMilly's Letter to that Noble Lord. Answer to the Charge delivered by the Lord Bishop of Lincoln to the · Clergy of that Diocese, by the Rev. Joun Cuetwode Eustace. Further Papers on the American Question. Further Communications on the Subject of Undue Marriages, in Answer to MR. WYLDE's Letter to the Clergy of Somersetshire.

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