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THE

QUARTERLY REVIEW.

VOL. XLIV.

PUBLISHED IN

JANUARY 8 FEBRUARY, 1831.

LONDON:

JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET.

1831.

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1.-1. Definitions in Political Economy. By the Rev. T. R.

Malthus, Professor of Political Economy in the East

India College, Hertfordshire, &c. &c.

2. Principles of Political Economy. By J. R. M'Culloch,

Esq., Professor of Political Economy to the University

of London.

3. An Inquiry into the Natural Grounds of Right to

Vendible Property or Wealth. By Samuel Read 1

II.—Attempts in Verse. By John Jones, an Old Servant.

With some Account of the Writer, written by Himself;

and an Introductory Essay on the Lives and Works of

our Uneducated Poets. By Robert Southey, Esq.

III.—Essays on the Principles of Morality, and on the la

Private and Political Rights and Obligations of Man-

kind. By Jonathan Dymond, Author of • An Inquiry

into the Accordancy of War with the Principles of

Christianity,' &c.

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IV.-1. Introduction to the Study of the Greek Classic Poets.

By Henry Nelson Coleridge, Esq., M.A. Part I.-

General Introduction.-Homer.

2. Ideen über Homer und sein Zeitalter. Von K. E.

Schubarth.

3. Ueber das Zeitalter und Vaterland des Homer. Von

Dr. Bernhard Thiersch.

4. Vorfrage über Homeros, seine Zeit und Gesänge. Von

J. Kreuser.

5. Ueber Homers Leben und Gesänge. Von J. H. J.

Köppen. Durchgesehen und verbessert vom D. F. E.

Ruhkopf.

6. Versuch die poetische Einheit der Iliade zu Bestimmen.

Von G. Lange.

7. Ulysse Homère. Par Constantin Koliader,

8. Ueber Homerische Geographie und Weltkunde. Von

Dr. K. H. W. Völcker.

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V.-1. The Life of Lord Byron, including his Correspondence

with his Friends, and Journals of his own Life and

Opinions. By Thomas Moore, Esq.

2. Memoirs of the Affairs of Greece, with Anecdotes of

Lord Byron, and an Account of his last Illness and

Death. By Julius Millingen

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VI.-1. Military Events of the late French Revolution; or, an

Account of the Conduct of the Royal Guard on that

occasion. By a Staff-Officer of the Guards. From the

French.

2. Dix Jours de 1830, Souvenirs de la dernière Révolution.

Par A.S, Officier d'Infanterie de la Garde Royale.

3. Procès des Ex-Ministres.

4. Evènemens de Paris dez 26, 27, 28, 29 Juillet, 1830.

Par plusieurs Témoins Oculaires.

5. Une Semaine de l'Histoire de Paris.

6. La Dernière Semaine de Juillet, 1830. Par Léonard

Gallois.

7. The French Revolution of 1830. By D. Turnbull, Esq.

8. Full Annals of the French Revolution. By William

Hone

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VII.-The Result of the General Election; or, What has the

Duke of Wellington gained by the Dissolution?

2. The Country without a Government.

3. Observations on Two Pamphlets (lately published) attri-

buted to Mr. Brougham.

4. The Country Well Governed.

5. Reply to a Pamphlet entitled • What has the Duke of

Wellington gained by the Dissolution ?'

6. The Result of the Pamphlets.

7. Parties and Factions in England at the Accession of

William IV,

8. Reform without Revolution.

9. Thoughts on Moderate Reform in the House of Commons.

10. Thoughts on Parliamentary Reform.

11. A Letter to Henry Brougham, Esq.

12. Three Lectures on the Rate of Wages.

13. Correspondence between the Right Honourable Robert

Wilmot Horton, and a Select Class of the Mechanics'

Institution,

14. The People's Book.

15. Cobbett's History of the Regency and Reign of Geo. IV.

16. Cobbett's Letter to the King.

17. The King's Answer to Cobbett's Letter.

18. Carpenter's Fourpenny Papers.

19. Hetherington's Penny Papers.

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