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STURGES

Thoughts on the Residence of the Clergy. By JOHN STURGES, LL.D. .

A PERSECUTING BISHOP-

An Appeal to the Legislature and the Public, or the Legality of the

Eighty-seven Questions proposed by the Bishop of Peterborough. A

Speech delivered in the House of Lords by Herbert, Lord Bishop of

Peterborough. London : 1822.

The Wrongs of the Clergy. London : 1822.

Episcopal Innovation, or the Test of Modern Orthodoxy. London : 1820.

Official Correspondence between the Bishop of Peterborough and the

Rev. John Green. 1821

INDIAN MISSIONS-

On the Policy of Communicating the Knowledge of Christianity to the

Natives in India. By a LATE RESIDENT IN BENGAL. 1807.

Addresses and Letters upon the same subject

CHARLES JAMES Fox-

Characters of the late Charles James Fox. By PHILOPATRIS VARVI-

CENSIS

Rose's CRITICISM of Fox's HISTORY-

On the Historical Work of the Right Honourable Charles James

By the Right Honourable GEORGE ROSE

VINDICATION OF Fox's HISTORY-

Vindication of Mr. Fox's History. By SAMUEL HEYWOOD

'THE POOR-LAWS-

Method for rendering Income arising from Personal Property available

to the Poor-Laws. 1819.

Review of Report and Evidence relative to the Poor-Laws. By S. W.

NICOL. York.

Essay on modifying the Poor-Laws.

Considerations on the Poor-Laws. By John DAVISON

MANAGEMENT OF PRISONS--

On the Criminal Prisons of this Country. By GEORGE HOLFORD,

M.P. 1821.

Gurney on Prisons.

Report of the Society for Bettering the Condition of Prisons .

THE TREATMENT OF UNTRIED PRISONERS

A Letter on Prison Labour. By John HEADLAM. 1823.

Proposed Improvements of York Castle. 1823

DR. PARR-

Spital Sermon, preached at Christ Church upon Easter-Tuesday,

April 15, 1800. To which are added Notes, by SAMUEL PARR,

LL.D.

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on the Political and Moral State of Society at the Close of the

Eighteenth Century. The Third Edition, with Additions. By John

DR. LANGFORD-

Anniversary Sermon of the Royal Humane Society. By W. LANG-

FORD, D.D.

PUBLIC CHARACTERS-

Public Characters of 1801-1802

NARES-

A Thanksgiving for Plenty, and Warning against Avarice. A

Sermon. By the Reverend ROBERT Nares, Archdeacon of Stafford,

and Canon Residentiary of Lichfield. London .

LEWIS,

Alfonso, King of Castile. A Tragedy in Five Acts. By M. G. LEWIS

LETTRES SUR L'ANGLETERRE-

Lettres sur l'Angleterre. Par J. FIEVEE. 1802

PERCIVAL-

An Account of the Island of Ceylon. By ROBERT PERCIVAL, Esq.,

of his Majesty's Nineteenth Regiment of Foot. London

WITTMAN-

Travels in Turkey, Asia Minor, and Syria, &c., and into Egypt. By

WILLIAM WITTMAN, M.D. London : 1803.

EDGEWORTH-

Essay on Irish Bulls. By RICHARD LOVEL EDGEWOrth and MARIA

EDGEWORTH. London : 1802

DR. WINTERBOTTOM-

An Account of Native Africans in the Neighbourhood of Sierra Leone.

To which is added, An Account of the present State of Bedicine

among them. By THOMAS WINTERBOTTOM, Physician to the Colony

of Sierra Leone

DE LA BROCQUIERE-

The Travels of Bertrandon de la Brocquiere, First Esquire-Carver to

Philip le Bon, Duke of Burgundy, during the Years 1432, 1433.

Translated from the French, by THOMAS JOHNEs, Esq.

INGRAMM

Causes of the Increase of Methodism and Dissension. By ROBERT

ACKLAND INGRAM, B.D.

REPLY TO A METHODIST'S STRICTURES,

Strictures on two Critiques in the Edinburgh Review, on the Subject of

Methodism and Missions; with Remarks on the Influence of Reviews,

in general, on Morals and Happiness. By JOHN STYLES. London ;

1809

CELEBS IN SEARCH OF A Wife-

Cælebs in Search of a Wife : comprehending Observations on Domestic

Habits and Manners, Religion, and Morals. London : 1809 .

THE MADRAS DIFFICULTIES,

Narrative of the Origin and Progress of the Dissensions at the Presi-

dency of Madras, founded on Original Papers and Correspondence.

London : 1810.

Account of the Origin and Progress of the late Discontents of the Army

on the Madras Establishment. London : 1810.

Statement of Facts delivered to the Right Honourable Lord Minto. By

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