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FROM october 5, To DECEMBER 28, 1899,
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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.

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Newsham the Soldier.—American Paper-
Money.—Mr. Hill and the irish Members.
—Mr. O'Connell's Letter to the Electors

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

sessed Taxes.—The Spy System.—Walworth Dinner.—Mr. Rogers's Letter on Right of Suffrage in Boroughs.

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| 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.

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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
President of the United States of America
— Report of the Agricultural Committee.—
Fires.--To the People of Oldham.—Aris- land.

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Bancrof the assaults of this race of pen and

ancroft Library press plunderers; but, in the course of
T- the whole of the forty years, I have
never witnessed, all the circumstances

for Ireland.—Mr. Dillon's Notes, TO THE EDITOR considered, anything, in these a solo;

No. 3.—Corn Bill.—Letter of Mr. King-k OF THE half SO o h; * §. ... in yours of the 21. of September, who

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No. 9.-Letter III., To the President of “ Pecially wi
inited States of America—Rural wo tise . with that part of the race who name your master, for the same reasoil
Hiros in he country.-Mr. Moro ** and the pen as the means that I sately withdrew an action against
ecause he once not only

fill.—Extracts to i. their plundering deeds him; namely, b
people, o: of enlightening the acted a just, but a gener” part to-
work. This is a ...; pay for their wards me, and that, too. at a time when
more wicked a o: of plunderers much wretches like you of: 1 was down,
nd more loathsome than never to rise again. must, for the

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