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Lewis's remarks on the use and abuse of
Mackintosh's, right hon. Sir James, history
Martin's, K. M., poor laws for Ireland, a
Mirabcau's letters, during his residence in
68, 69; the melancholy of the English,
69, 70 ; further extracts, 71—76; Mi-
Mural's moral and political sketch of the
advocates slavery, ii.; description of Ike
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Oxford Bibles. Mr. Curtis'* misrepre-
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Political terms, definitions of, 478; see
Punishment, errors in the theory of, 463
Religion of taste, the, a poem, 180; the
Report from select committee on king's
Report from the select committee on se-
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Rush's residence at the court of London,
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Wages or the whip, an essay on the com-
Whately's thoughts on secondary punish-
Whychcotte of St. John's, 397; author
Year of liberation, the, a journal of the
tradesmen, 539; our national debt, 541;
Scholefield's hints for an improved trans-
Slavery, ancient, 878, et sea.; sinfulness
Smedley's history of the reformed religion
Sprague's, Dr., lectures on revivals of re-
Statistical sketches of Upper Canada, for
Stickney's pictures of private life, 442;
Stuart's three years in North America,
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