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KALE, CURTIS, AND FENNER, PATERNOSTER ROW;
CO., LEADENHALL STREET; AND ALL OTHER
CONTENTS OF NO. IX.
III. Essay on EXTERNAL PERCEPTION; by J.
VI. A Letter to the EARL OF FINGAL, on the
VIII. Substance of the Speech of Mr. Sers.
IX. Prussia and SAXONY; or an Appeal to the
X. SKETCH of the new ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY of the BRAIN and Nervous System of Drs. Gall and SPURZHEIM, considered as comprehending a complete system of PHRENOLOGY, with observations on its tendency to the improvement of Education, of Punishment, and of the treatment of Insanity. By T. FORSTER, F.L.S.
XL. On the Corn Laws &c. A COMPENDIOUS or Briefe EXAMINATION of certayne ordinary complaints of diuers of our COUNTRYMEN, in these our Dayes : which although they are in some part vniust and friuolous, yet are they all by way of Dialogues throughly discussed. By W. S. Gentleman. 1581. Communicated to the Editor by H. WROTTESLEY, Esq. M. P.
In our next we shall give the celebrated Pamphlet, intitled : American Encroachments on British Rights—and also Mr. WILBERForce's Letter to the Prince of TALLEYRAND PERIGORD on the subject of the Slave Trade,&c. &c.