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explained, and a plan suggested by which the progress of that alarming evil may be stopped, and credit restored to its former state. [By James ANDERSON, LL.D.] Edinburgh: 1793. Octavo. [W.] This pamphlet is signed Mercator, and is reprinted from the Bee. THOUGHTS on the properties and formation of the different kinds of air; with remarks on vegetation, pyrophori, heat, caustic salts, mercury, and on the different theories upon air. [By Robert HARRINGTON.] London: 1785. [Åson. Rev., lxxiv. 449.] THOUGHTS on the proposed change of currency, and other late alterations, as they affect, or are intended to affect, the kingdom of Scotland. [By Sir Walter Scott, Bart.] Edinburgh: 1826. Octavo. Pp. 60." The above is the 1st. of 3 letters addressed to the Editor of the Edinburgh Weekly Journal, and signed Malachi Malagrowther. The 2d and 3d will be found under their proper headings.
THREE considerations proposed to Mr. William Pen, concerning the validity and security of his new Magna Charta for liberty of conscience, by a Baptist; which may be worthy the consideration of all the Quakers, and of all my dissenting brethren also that have votes in the choice of parliament men. [By Thomas COMBER, D.D.] N. p. 1688. Quarto. A sh. [Smith, Bib. Anti-Quaker., pp. 25, 135.] In the Memoirs of the life and writings of Dr. Comber, by his great-grandson, it is stated (append. p. 427) that one of the MSS. found among his papers has the title, “Three considerations addressed to W. P. concerning the security of his new Magna Charta for liberty of conscience.” From this it has been inferred, with great probability, that Dr. Comber was the author of the above work.
THREE courses and a dessert ; comprising three sets of tales, West country, Irish, and legal; and a melange. [By William CLARKE..] With fifty illustrations by George Cruikshank. Fourth edition. London: MDCCCL. Octavo. Pp. 432."
THREE days at Killarney; with other
THREE (the) death-cries of a perishing