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THE

BRITISH REVIEW,

AND

LONDON CRITICAL JOURNAL.

FIAT JUSTITJA.-"

VOL. XVII.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR BALDWIN, CRADOCK, AND JOY,

PATERNOSTER-KOW;

AND

J. HATCHARD AND SON, PICCADILLY.

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CONTENTS

ART.

1.—THE KING, THE QUEEN, AND THE COUNTRY.

1. Henry the Eighth and George the Fourth, or the Case fairly

stated, in Five Parts. By Thomas Harrall.

2. Speeches of Mr. Brougham, Mr. Denman, and Dr. Lushington;

containing the Defence of her Majesty, the Queen.

3. Speeches of his Majesty's Attorney and Solicitor General,

before the House of Lords, on Friday, October 27, 1820.

4. Speech of the Right Honourable the Earl of Liverpool, on Nov.

3, 1820, and the following Day, on the Bill of Pains and Pe-

nalties.

5. A Letter from the King to his People.

6. Selections from the Queen's Answers to the various Addresses

presented to her, together with her Majesty's extraordinary

Letter to the King, and an Introduction and Observations

illustrative of their Tendency.

7. The Declaration of the People of England to their Sovereign

Lord the King

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II.
The Comedies of Aristophanes. By T. Mitchell, AM.

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III. The Life of Voltaire, with interesting Particulars respecting his

Death; and Anecdotes and Characters of his Contemporaries.

By Frank Hall Standish, Esq.

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Memoirs of the Rebellion, in 1745 and 1746. By the Chevalier

de Johnstone, Aid-de-Camp to Lord George Murray, General

of the Rebel Army, &c. Containing a Narrative of the Pro-

gress of the Rebellion, from its Comniencement to the Battle

of Culloden; the Characters of the principal Persons engaged

in it, and Anecdotes respecting them ; and various important

Particulars relating to that Contest, hitherto either unknown

or imperfectly understood. With an Account of the Sufferings

and Privations experienced by the Author after the Battle of

Culloden, before he effected his Escape to the Continent, &c.

&c. Translated from a French MS. originally deposited in

the Scots College at Paris, and now in the Hands of the Pub-

lishers.

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