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PUB 31s HED BY R1cBARD *AGsMAw, Bow sTAkET, cov ENT GARDEN. ;
In presenting this Volume to the Public, I have only to express a hope, that its contents will not be found inferior to those of any former Volume of the Work ——A trifling alteration has been made in the running-title. The mottos occupied the place at first allotted to an abridged table of contents. Such a table appeared awkward, when the volume came to be bound up; and, its purpose is completely answered now by the describing the different subjects in the running title.—This Volume, like the last, contains thirty-three sheets; and, as this will be the number of sheets in every future Volume, the fixed cost of the work, for the whole year, is, as was before stated, f2. 15. O.-The Parliamentary Debates, which formed a large part of the 2d, 3d, and 4th Volumes, are now become a separate work-The very first object of this Work is, to collect together all Public Papers, and other Official Documents, to whatever nation relating; and, in this respect, I am persuaded it will be found far more come plete than any other publication in this country or in Europe.