No. 1.-Letter to the Editor of the Morning tocratical Quakers, and Emancipation of
Chronicle.-Garden Seeds.- Education. the Blacks.- State of Trade.Poor-laws
Local Courts, Letter IV.-Assessed Taxes. for Ireland.-Mr. Dillon's Notes.
No. 2.-Emigration, and Cobbett's “ damnable No. 8.-Corn Bill.—Letter of Mr. King.-Mr.
doctrine." - Education. - Wilberforce. Cobbett's Answer.-Rural War. - The
Ab! Ah! - Wood, called John.- Mr. Fires.-Sentence on Mr. Cohed.-Letter
Wbittle. - Register in Volumes. — As of Mr. Doubleday to Lord Durbam.-
sessed Taxes.—The Spy System.--Wal Newsham the Soldier.-American Paper.
worth Dinner.--Mr. Rogers's Letter on Money.-Mr. Hill and the Irish Members.
Right of Suffrage in Boroughs.
-Mr. O'Connell's Letter to the Electors
No. 3.- Letter IV., To the Hon. John Stuart of Hull.—Sir C. Wolseley's Letter.-Get
Wortley.--Rural Affairs.- Italian Clover. Gold !--Corporation Expenses.
Cobbett-Corn.— Garden Seeds.-Tree. No. 9.-Letter III., To the President of the
planting.--History of George the Fourth. United States of America.Rural War.
—Dead-Weight. - Wilberforce.-- Ireland, Fires in the Country.-Mr. Morrison's
and the History of the Protestant Reforma Letter on the Corn Bill.--Extracts from
tion.- Whig Greediness. — Mr. Thomas Flash in the Pan.-History of George the
Smith's Letter.-“H dekashun.” – Mr. Fourth.
Altwood's Letter on the Currency.-Mr. No, 10,-Education and “Heddekashun”; a
O'Connell's second Letter to his Con.
Letter to Lord Althorp.-Half-Pay.--Cob-
bett-Corn. - Tullian Meeting. - Italian
No. 4.--Assessed l'axes.-Rebellion of the Clover Seed.-Corn and Wool.–Rights
Dead-Weight. Wilberforce; Letter to of Industry.-Catechism of the National
Lord Morpetb.--Letter to Wilberforce, in Regeneration Society.
1817.-- Cobbett-Corn.-History of George No. 11.-Rights of Industry-Letter to Mr.
the Fourth.-Letter to Mr. Benett, on Fielden. - Mr. Fielden's Letter to Mr.
the Tullian System.
Cobbett.-The Case of the Farmers.
No. 5.-Letter to the President of the United Turnpike Tolls.- West India Affairs.-
States.-Bank of the United States.- Bad Bloodshed and Fires.-Mr. O'Connell's
Book-making:- Italian Clover.- History second Letter to the Radicals of Hull.
of George the Fourth.-Letter to the Peo Letter on Heddekashun.-Seeds.
ple of Oldham.-Lord Durham's Affair at No. 12.-To the Hampshire Parsons on Lord
Gateshead.-Mr. Doubleday's Speech. Althorp's Tithe Circular.–To the Readers
Mr. C. Attwood's Letter.
on Heddekashun.- Common Council.-
No. 6.-Corn Bill and Malt-tax.- Brewing Trial of Libel on Furzey.-Mr. Larkin's
Beer.- Italian Clover.- Rural War.-Mr. Letter to Mr. O'Connell on the Letter of
Poulett Scrope's Address to the Agricul. M:. Pease.-Cisalpine Strawberry.-Local
turists.-Scotch Fires.-Affray at Sand. Courts, Letter V.
hurst. To the People of Oldham.—To No. 13.-The Monsters.-Wages of Labour
Correspondents.- Negro Emancipation.-
and Rights of Industry-Letter on " Hed-
Mr, Attwood's Letter.
dekashun."-Extracts from the True Sun,
No.7.-Garden Seeds. - Letter II., To the Manchester Advertiser, and Newcastle
President of ibe United States of America. Press, on the Trades Unions.-Scottish
- Report of the Agricultural Committee. Jails and Police.-Italian Clover in Scot-
Fires.- To the People of Oldbam.-Aris land.