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Books lately published on the Punishment
THE OPINIONS OF DIFFERENT AUTHORS ON THE PUNISHMENT OF DEATH. Vol. I. containing the opinions of Dr. Johnson, Sir W. Blackstone, Beccaria, Paley, Montesquieu, Clarkson, Sir Thomas More, Erasmus, Bacon, Coke, Colquhoun, Pastoret, Dr, Franklin, Goldsmith, Mercier, Eden, Kelynge, Bentham, Howard, Bradford, Rush, Turner, &c. &c. Longman and Co.
DEBATES IN PARLIAMENT IN THE YEAR 1810, upon the Bills for Abolishing the PUNISHMENT of Death for Stealing to the amount of Forty Shillings in a Dwelling House,for Stealing to the amount of Five Shillings *Privately in a Shop,—and for Stealing on Navigable Rivers. By Basil MONTAGU, Esq. Longman and Co.
A BRIEF STATEMENT OF THE PROCEED. INGS IN BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT, in the last and present Sessions, upon the several Bills introduced with a view to the AMENDMENT of the CRIMINAL LAW. Together with a General Review of the ARGUMENTS used in the Debates upon those occasions. 1811. Longman and Co.
OBSERVATIONS ON THE CRIMINAL LAW OF ENGLAND; by Sir S. Romilly. Cadell and Davies.
VARIOUS LETTERS in THE PHILANTHROPIST. Longman and Co.
ANTI-DRACO'S LETTERS TO SIR S. ROMILLY. Clarke and Sons.
HINTS FOR A REFORM IN THE CRIMINAL LAW, IN A LETTER TO SIR S. ROMILLY; by A LATE MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT. Mawman.
THE SPEECH OF WILLIAM FRANKLAND, ESQ. ON THE 29TH OF MARCH, 1811. Ridgway.
THEORIE DES PEINES ET DES RECOMPENSES; par Bentham. Dulau.
PUBLISHED BY LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN,
AND SOLD BY CADELL AND DAVIES, STRAND; J. BUTTERWORTH, FLEET-
STREET; CLARKE AND SONS, PORTUGAL-STREET; J. AND A. ARCH, CORN•
J. MCreery, Printer, Black-Horse-Court, Fleet-Street.