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VOL. XVIII.

TO BE CONTINUED OCCASIONALLY,

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AN AVERAGE OF FOUR NUMBERS ANNUALLY.

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Each No., on the average, will contain ten or twelve Pamphlets; thus reducing the price of each pamphlet to about sixpence.

The peculiar advantage of this plan is, that it forms an imperishable Record of the most valuable Pamphlets, and will also offer, through the means of Clubs and Institutions, a very extensive circulation. It is also intended to record such Pamphlets as will be useful, not only at the present time, but at future periods.

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CONTENTS OF NO. XXXV.

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I. The Declaration of England against the Acts

and Projects of the Holy Alliance; with an Ap-

pendix, containing Official Documents • 1

II. Reflections on the Conduct of the Allies.... 41

III. Sketch of a Plan for a Reformation in the System

of Provincial Banking; by which the notes of

Country Bankers may be rendered as secure as those of

the Bank of England, and the Agriculturists, Manufac-

turers, &c. &c. relieved from the distress and inconve-

nience occasioned by the want of a secure circulating

medium • 5 J

IV. An Essay on Criminal Jurisprudence, with the

Draft of a New Penal Code; in which it is attempted

to define Crimes and Offences with clearness and brevity;

to render Penalties proportionate and consistent; and

to promote a pure, speedy, and cheap administration of

Justice. By J. T. B. Beaumont, Esg., F. A. S.

one of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace for Middle-

sex and Westminster *-•••»-..................... 67

V. On the Dissolution of the Chamber of Deputies,

and on the possible consequence of this dissolution to the

Nation, the Government, and the Ministry. By M. B.

Constant, Deputy for "La Sarthe." [Translated

exclusively for the Pamphleteer] • • • 97

VI. Two Pairs of Historical Portraits : Octa-

vius Cssar, and William Pitt, (Reprinted);

Rienzi and Buonaparte, (never before published.) By G. W. Meadly, Author of " Memoirsof William

Paley, D. D." and of "Algernon Sidney" •... • 129

VII. Thoughts on the Criminal Prisons of this

Country; occasioned by the Bill now in the House

of Commons, for consolidating and amending the Laws

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