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An Enquiry into the past and present Relations of France and the United States of America. By the Author of a letter on the Genius and disposition of the French Government. 4s

Thoughts on the Repeal of the Bank Restriction Law. By David Prentice. · 4s

Thoughts on the Expediency of establishing a new Chartered Bank. By Joseph Marryat, Esq. M. P. 35

Mr Walter Boyd's Letter to Mr Pitt, published in December 1800, and soon after called in and suppressed, on the Stoppage of Issues of Specie by the Bank of England. 48

The Speech of Randle Jackson, delivered at the General Court of the Bank of England, on the 20th September, 1810, respecting the Report of the Bullion Committee. 25

A Letter to Henry Brougham, Esq. M. P. on the subject of Reform in the Repre. sentation of the People in Parliament. By William Roscoe, Esq. 8vo. 6d

Sur la Banque de France; les Causes de la Crise quella a éprouvée les tristes effets qui en sont resulteés; et les moyens d'en prevenir le retour; avec une Theorie des Banques Rapports, fait en ce Chambre de Commerce par une Commission Speciale. Recommended to the perusal of those who take an interest in the Bullion Question, 45

Proposals, with the Measures and Plans detailed, for rectifying Public Affairs and Private Grievances, and instituting the Happy and Divine Order of Things intended for Mankind; or a Self-evident Practical System of Political, Individual, and Commercial Interests, whereby the greatness and felicity of the British Empire may be consummated at present, and rendered permanently secure. By George Edwards, Esq. M. D. 2vol. 8vo. 11 11s 6d

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Naval Economy, exemplified in Conversations between a Member of Parliament and the Officers of a Man of War during a Winter's Cruize, 3s

The British Constitution analysed, by a Reference to its History; by a Summary or Detail of its most Salutary Laws; and by a Sketch of the Government of Great Britain, as a Monarchy, Peerage, and Democracy, with their conjoint or separate Prerogatives and Privileges. 2 vol. 12mo. 165

An Enquiry into the present State of the Influence of the Crown, and the Expediency of a Parliamentary Reform. By John Ranby, Esq. 2s 6d

The Expediency and Practicability of the Resumption of Cash Payments by the Bank of England. By J. L. Towers.

A short Investigation into the subject of the alleged superfluous Issue of Bank Notes, the High Price of Bullion, and the unfavourable State of Foreign Exchanges. ls

Further Observations on Bullion and Bank Notes; with Remarks on some of the late Periodical and other Publications on the same subject. By John Theodore Koster, Esq. 28

Observations on the present State of the Currency of the Bank of England. By the Earl of Rosse. 3s od

Reply to Mr Bosanquet's Practical Observations on the Report of the Bullion Conmittee. By David Ricardo. 8vo. 48

Further Observations on the Subject of the supposed Depreciation of the Currency, and the Causes of the Diminution of the Value of Money. By Robert Wilson, Esq. . 8vo. 28

A View of the Comparative State of Great Britain and I'rance in 1811. Preceded by Observations on the Spirit and Measures of the successive Administrations since the decease of Mr Pitt, in January 1806. 68

Substance of the Speech of the Earl of Harrowby, delivered in the House of Lords, Monday, June 18th, 1810, upon a Clause in the Appropriation Act, for granting the sum of 100,0001. for the Relief of the poorer Clergy.

The Theory of Money; or a practical Enquiry into the present State of the Circula

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Papers on Toleration. By the Rev. Christopher Wyvill. 59.

Remarks on the Failure of Lord Sidmouth's Bill, relating to Protestant Dissenters. Is

An Introduction to the Study of Political Economy. By D. Boileau. 8vo. 9s

Sketches of the Internal State of France. Translated from the original of M. Fa ber. 8vo. 7s 6d

The Right of the People to Frequent and New Parliaments; with an Appendix, containing Copies of the Triennial and Septennial Acts. 2s 6d

The Exportation of Cotton Yarns proved to be the real Cause of the Distresses of the Manufacturers. By W. Radcliffe. 1s6d

A Letter to Lord Sidmouth on his late Bill. By Thomas Belsham. 2s
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A Letter to Francis Jeffrey, Esq. By an Anti-reformist. 2s 6d

Lord Somers's Tracts. By Walter Scott, Esq. Volume the Sixth (to be continued quarterly, till completed) of a new edition, with valuable additions, and two supple. mentary volumes. 4to. 81 3s

Speech of the Right Hon, W. W. Pole, March 3d, 1811, upon a Motion of the Right Hon. G, Ponsonby, relative to the Conduct of the Irish Government. 2s 6d

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Defence of Abstract Currencies, in Reply to the Bullion Report and Mr Huskisson, By G. Wilson, Esq. F. R. S. 43 od

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A Vocabulary, Persian, Arabic, and English, abridged from the 4to edition of Richardson's Dictionary, edited by Charles Wilkins, Esq. LL.D. F. R. S. By David Hopkins, Assistant surgeon on the Bengal Establishment. Royal 8vo. Il 16s

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The Dictionary of Distinctions, in three Alphabets; containing, i, Words the same in Sound, but of different Spelling and Signification. 2. Words that vary in Pronunciation or Meaning, as accentuated or connected. 3. The Changes in Sound and Sense produced by the addition of the letter e. By John Murdoch, 1Сs 6d · Pequina Chrestomathia Portuguesa; or Portugueze Extracts, in Prose and Verse, from modern Portugueze Authors. Por P. G. de Massarellos. 8vo. 9s

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Biblia Hebraica, or, The Hebrew Scriptures of the Old Testament, without points, after the text of Kennicott; with the chief various readings selected from his Colla. tion of Hebrew MSS., from that of De Rossi, and from the Ancient Versions; accompanied with English Notes, Critical, Philological, and Explanatory, selected from the most approved Ancient and Modern, English and Foreign, Biblical Critics. By B. Boothroyd. Part I. comprising the Book of Genesis. 4to, 58 Large paper 7s

Flores Theologici; or Beauties of Pulpit Eloquence, principally taken from the Sermons of Massillon, Saurin, Bourdaloue, Nos. I. II. and III. 23 each.

A Funeral Discourse, occasioned by the death of the Rev. Dr Barnes, preached at Cross Street Meeting house, in Manchester, on Sunday the 15th July, 1810. By John Tates. 25

A Selection of Hymns for Unitarian Worship. By Robert Aspland. 4s 6d

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A Refutation of Calvinism; in which the Doctrines of Original Sin, Grace, Regenera. tion, Justification, and Universal Redemption, are explained; and the peculiar tenets maintained by Calvin, upon these points, are proved to be contrary to Scripture, to the writings of the Ancient Fathers of the Christian Church, and to the Public Formularies of the Church of England. By George Toulmine, D. D. F. R. S. Lord Bishop of Lincoln, and Dean of St Paul's London. 8vo. 12s · A Series of Discourses, principally on the Evidences of Christianity. By the Rer. N. J. Nayler. 8vo. 10s 60

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Scripture Characters, in a series of Sermons, preached at St James's Church, Bath. By the Rev. Richard Warner. 12mo. 58

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The Pulpit Assistant; containing 250 Outlines or Skeletons of Sermons. By T. Hannam. 4 vol. 18mo. 168 boards.

An abridgement of the Acts of the General Assemblies of the Church of Scotland, from the Year 1638 to 1810 inclusive, alphabetically arranged; to which is subjoined an Appendix, containing an Abridgement of all the Acts of Parliament relating to the Church of Scotland. 8vo. 15s boards • Sermons. By Thomas Lawrie, D. D. Minister of Newburn. 8vo. 10s 6d

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Sacred Hours, chiefly designed to illustrate the Offices and Doctrines of the Church of England. By J. Grant, M. A. 12mo. 7

A Sermon, occasioned by the death of Mrs Trimmer; preached at New Brentford, Middlesex, on Sunday, January 6th 1811. By the Rev. Thomas Hannerfield, A. M.

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