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No. 1.—Letter to the Editor of the Morning tocratical Quakers, and Emancipation of Chronicle.—Garden Seeds.-Education.— . the Blacks,—State of Trade.—Poor-laws Local Courts, Letter 1 W.-Assessed Taxes. for ireland.—Mr. Dillon's Notes.
Newsham the Soldier.—American Paper-
No. 3.-Letter IV., To the Hon. John Stuart of Hull.-Src. Wolseley's Letter—Get Wortley.—Rural Assairs.-Italian Clover. Gold'—Corporation Expenses. —Cobbett-Corn.— Garden Seeds.--Tree- No. 9.--Letter III., To the President of the planting.—History of George the Fourth. United States of America.-Rural War.-—Deed. Weight.—Wilberforce.—Ireland, Fires in the Country.—Mr. Morrison's and the History of the Protestant Reforma- Letter on the Corn Bill.—Extracts from tion.— Whig Greediness. – Mr. Thomas Flash in the Pan.—History of George the
| bett-Corn. — Tulliam Meeting. -- Italian Clover Seed.—Corn and wool.--Rights of Industry.—Catechism of the National
stituents. No. 4.—Assessed Taxes.—Rebellion of the Dead-Weight.—Wilberforce; Letter to
Lord Moroeth-Letter to Wilberforce, in Regeneration Society. > 1817-Cobbett-Corn-History of George No. 11.-Rights of Industry.—Letter to Mr. the Fourth.-Letter to Mr. Benett, on Fielden.-Mr. Fielden's Letter to Mr. the Tullian System. . . Cobbett.—The Case of the Farmers.
No. 5.-Letter to the President of the United Bloodshed and Fires—Mr. O'Connell's
States.—Bank of the United States.—Bad - - Book-making.—Italian Clover.—History second Letter to the Radicals of Hull-of George the Fourth.-Letter to the Peo- Letter on Heddekashun.—Seeds. ple of Oldham.—Lord Durham's Affair at No. 12.--To the Hampshire Parsons o Lord Gateshead.—Mr. Doubleday's Speech.- Althorp's Tithe Circular-To the Readers Mr. C. Attwood's Letter. on heddekashun.—Common CouncilNo. 6.-Corn Bill and Malt-tax. — Brewing Trial of Libel on Furzey–Mr. Larkin's Beer.-Italia. Clover.—Rural War.—Mr. Letter to Mr. o'Connell on the Letter of Poulett Scrope's Aduress to the Agricul- Mr. Pease.—Cisalpine Strawberry.-Local
turists.--Scotch Fires.—Affray at Sand." Courts, Letter W.
hurst.—To the People of Oldham.–To No. 13. The Monsters.-Wages of Labour Correspondents.-Negro Emancipation.— . and Rights of Industry-Letter on." HedMr. Attwood's Letter. dekasbun.”—Extracts from the True Sun,
Manchester Advertiser, and Newcastle Press, on the Trades Unions-Scottish jails and Police.—Italian Clover in Scot
No. 7.--Garden Seeds. – Letter II.. To the
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