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BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT.
TO BE CONTINUED OCCASIONALLY,
AN AVERAGE OF FOUR NUMBERS ANNUALLY.
Omnes pensantur eâdem
AND MARSHALL; w. CARPENTER; LONDON
CONTENTS OF NO. XL.
I. Eubulus on Cambridge Education.
V. Mc. Dermot's Reply to Bowles, on the Controversy about
VI. Newton's Defence of Vegetable Regimen, with experiments.
VIII. Sir E. Bridges' Enquiry, What are Riches?
IX. Jonathan Wilks's Scheme for the Reduction of the Debt
X. XI. XII. Bowles's Reply to Campbell, the Quarterly Re-
CONTENTS OF NO. XXXIX.
I. ELECTOR'S REMEMBRANCER, or a Guide to the Votes of each
II. The Exposé of the Present Administration, in a Pamphlet intitled The
VII. Mainwaring on the State of the Police.
IV. A Defence of the Vegetable Regimen, showing that we were not born
V. Heathfield on the Debt, Agriculture, &c.
VI. Sir H. Parnell's History of the Penal Laws against the Catholics, to
VII. On the Controversy between Lord Byron and Mr. Bowles, relative to
CONTENTS OF NO. XLII.