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FROM JULY TO DECEMBER, 1811.
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ACADEMICAL Institution, address Cuffee, new method of preparing,
Craig, James, M.P speech of, at the
266 Co.Antrim Catholic Meeung 831
Derry, late Bihop of, letter from, on
Apollodorus the tyrant, account of
Devlin, Mr. speech of, at the Co. An.
Athenians, manners and customs of
Dublin Institution, laws of the 257
Belfast Magazine hints respecting
Fever hospital and house of
Bell and Lancaster, comparative merit
Down, Co. meeting, and resolutions of
Dumbell's, J. letter, from, on spinning
Eastern origin of modern improve-
of J. H. Bernardin
of Rubert Raikes, 459
Frauds conunitted by the lightermen, 508
180 Funerals, on the manner of conduct-
Briansiird, excision io.
177 Hancock, John, speech of, at the Co.
Antrim Catholic meeting
Industrious blind, account of the in-
stitution for the relief of
237 Innovation, a thorough-paced enemyto 469
Intolerance in lines on the late Bishop
Cold Water, virtues of, in Fevers, 6
on Parliamentary Reform