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2828 Joint Address of the Legislative Council and House of Assembly of

Upper Canada to the King of England. 8vo. 18 6d (1821) 2829 MIRANDA (Jose Ant. de) Memoria constitucional e Politica sobre o

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and United States of Amcrica, which led to the Treaty of 1819. Translated from the Spanish, with Notes by Watkins. 8vo. 28

Washington, 1821 2831 QUESTION of Population as it relates to the Increase in the Inhabitants

of the United States, carefully considered, in Answer to Godwin. 8vo. 28

1821 2832 REPORT of Committee appointed by the Legislative Council, and House

of Assembly, respecting the Financial Concerns with Lower Canada. 8vo. 18

1821 2833 CHABERT's (X.) Historical Account of the Life and Adventures of the

Botocudo Chieftain and Family (from Brazil), exhibited in New
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1822 2834 Flower's (Richd.) Letters from the Illinois, 1820, 1821, containing

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8vo. ls 6d 2835 HENDERSON (James) Address to the South Americans and Mexicans. 8vo. 18

1822 2836 LLANOS (Valentin) Representacion al Sobrano Pueblo Espanol sobre

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1822 2827 REMARKS on the Indians of North America in a letter to an Edinburgh Reviewer (by Bannister). 8vo. 18 6d

1822 2838 REPORT on the Penitentiary System in the United States. 8vo. 1s

New York, 1822 3839 TRIAL: Commonwealth v. T. J. Buckingham, on an indictment for a Libel. 8vo. 18 6d

Boston, 1822 2840 ADMINISTRATION of the Affairs of Great Britain, Ireland, and their

Dependencies, stated and explained. Sixth edition, 8vo. 18 6d 1823 2841 CLINTON'S (Governor) Speeches before the Legislature of New York, 1817 to 1823. 8vo. 18

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. 1823 2843 COMMUNICATION from Sir Charles Brisbane, Governor of St. Vincent,

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2848 HODGSON's (Adam) Letter to M. Jean Baptiste Say, on the comparative expense of Free and Slave Labour 8vo. 18

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1823 2850 OBSERVATIONS on the present state of Newfoundland in reference to

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1823 2851 PERUVIAN Pamphlet; being an Exposition of the Administrative

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1823 2852 REFLECTIONS on the state of the late Spanish Americas, and on the

expediency of recognising their Independence by Great Britain.

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1823 2855 SABINE's Zoological Appendix to Captain Franklin's Journey to the Polar Sea. 4to. 38

1823 2856 SOME Account of the Society for the Conversion and Religious

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1823 2557 AFFAIRE des Déportés de la Martinique, Memoires, consultation, pieces justificatives, &c. 8vo. 1s 6d.

Paris, 1824 2858 APPEAL on behalf of the Diocese of Ohio. Letter to Lord Kenyon

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1824 2861 Essay on Slavery, with observations on the Climate and Inhabitants of Jamaica. 8vo. 18

1824 2862 IMPOLICY and Injustice of Emancipating the Negro Slaves in the West Indies. 8vo. 18

1824 2863 INFORMATION relative to the Canadian Company. 8vo. ls. 1824 2864 INGERSOLL (C. J.) Discourse concerning the Influence of America on

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1824 2865 KEENE'S (Richard Raynal) Letter of Vindication to Colonel Munroe,

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2868 State of Society and Slavery iu Jamaica, in reply to an Article in the Edinburgh Review, No. 75. 8vo. 18 6d

1824 2869 Essay on Slavery; its unjustifiableness proved from the Old and New

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1824 2870 REPLY to the Edinburgh Review on Clarkson's Treatise on the Improve

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1824 2872 SUBSTANCE of the Debate in the House of Commons respecting the

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1824 2864 Taylor's Negro Emancipation and West Indian Independence. 8vo. ls

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Paris, 1824 2876 WINN's (T.) Emancipation or Practical Advice to British Slaveholders. 8vo. 1$

1824 2877 YATES (John Ashton) Letters to Rt. Hon. Will. Huskisson on Colonial Slavery. 8vo. 13 6d

Liverpool, 1824 2878 ANALYSIS of the Memorial presented by the Secretary of the Treasury

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1825 2879 AN INQUIRY into the Plans, Progress, and Policy of the American Mining Companies. 8vo. 1s 6d

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1825 2881 AUTHENTIC Report of the Debate in the House of Commons relative

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1825 2888 Jones's (J. Gale) Oration on General Washington. 8vo. 18 1825 2889 MEMORIA presenlada a los dos Camaras del Congreso por el Secretario de Estado sobre el estado de los negocios de su ramo. 8vo. 18 6d

Mexico, 1825

2890 MUSSON (J. P.) Letter to Ministers, suggesting Improvements in the

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Halifax, 1825 2892 PRESENT Operations and Future Prospects of the Mexican Mine Asso

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-Outlines of a Plan for providing a Settlement in South America

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1826 2899 BURKART's (Joseph) Report, containing the Result of the Preliminary

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1826 2900 CONSIDERATIONS on the Claims and Conduct of the United States,

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1826 2901 NARRATIVE of Facts connected with the change effected in the Political

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1826 2902 ORACIAO Funebre nas Exequias do Senhor D. Joaovi Imperador do

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Porto, 1826 2903 PROJECT of the Constitution for Republic of Bolivia, with Address of the Liberator. Translated. 8vo. 18

1826 2904 REFLECTIONS upon the Value of the British North American Provinces. 8vo. 18

1826 2905 STEPHEN (James). England Enslaved by her own Slave Colonies. 8vo. 18

1826 2906 EULOGIUM on Thos. Jefferson, before the American Philosophical Society, April 11th, 1827. By Nicholas Biddle. 8vo. 18 6d

Philadelphia, 1827 2907 LIVINGSTON'S (Edward) Introductory Report to the Code of Prison

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1827 2908 MEDICAL Statistics, or Comparative View of the. Mortality in New

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New York, 1829



2909 MEMOIRE de Denis B. Viger, Ecuyer, et de Marie Amable Foretier son

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1828 2916 BELTRAMI. Appeal on the Contemptible and Malignant Article in

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1828 2918 JENNYNS (J. Clayton) on the Unconstitutional Continuance of Foreign

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1828 2921 OBSERVATIONS on the Penitentiary System and Penal Code of Pennsylvania. By J. Mease, M.D. 8vo. 18

Philadelphia, 1828 2922 REPORT of the Incorporated Society for the Conversion and Religious

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1828 2923 STRACHAN's (John, Archdeacon of York) Speech in the Legislative Council, on the subject of the Clergy Reserves. 8vo. 18

York, U. C. 1828 2924 REPORT on Punishments and Prison Discipline, by the Commissioners

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Montreal, 1828 2926 Two Letters to the Colonial Secretary, from Hector Mitchell, in Answer to the Yellow Book. 8vo. 18

Jamaica, 1828 2927 CORRESPONDENCE between Great Britain and the United States,

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