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In No. xxx. is published a complete and classed Index of all Pamphlets contained in the first 30 Nos., which will give a correct idea of the nature and value of the Work.
The best Pamphlets of the following noble and distinguished Authors are recorded: THE CHANCELLOR OF Sir J. Sinclair, Bt.
Rev. Dr. Crombie
C. Duppa, Esq. TIIR EXCHEQUER. Sir P. Francis, K. B..
E. B. Sugden, Esq. Rt. Hon. Earl of Shefheld Sir S. Romilly, M. P. Dr. Maclean
D. B. Payne, Esq. Rt. Hon. Lord Greoville w. Wilberforce, M. Pra
J. Chitty, Esq.
Rev. P. Gandolphy G. Joy, Esg.
Major Torrens - Bishop Marsh W. Huskisson, M. P.
T. Le Mesurier T.N.Talfourd, Esq. &c.&c. - Bishop of Lincolo C. Marsh, M. P.
J. C. Eustace - Bishop of death Serj. Onslow, M. P. --- T. Falconer, M. A.
FRENCH, &c. Rt. llon. W. Hastings James Stephen, M. P. 1. Young, F. R. S. M. Visc. de Chateaubriand - G. Canuing II. Wrottesley, M. P. J. Wardrop, F. R.S. M. Benj. Constant C. Loug R. Preston, M. P.
G. Chalmers, F.R.S.S.A. M. Carnot Sir W. Congreve, Bart. J. C. Curwen, M.P. N. Atcheson, F. A.S. M. Talleyrand Sir H. Parnell, Bt. M.P. P. Grenfell, M. P. , B. Beaumont, F.A.S. M. Savary, Duke of Rovigo Sir J. Banks, Bl. K. B. Sir T. S. Raffles
T. Forster, F. L. S.
M. Cotto, Sir W. Elford, Bt. Bishop Nilner, D. D. B. Montagu, Esq.
Count Toreno Sir II. B. Dudley, Bt. Archdeacon Daubeny
R. M. Kerrison, Esq. M. Say, &c. &c. Sir T. Beruard, Bt. Rev. Dr. Tatham
C. Butler, Esq.
CONTENTS OF NO. XXXIV.
IV. On the Production of Wealth ; in a Letter to the Rev. T. R. Malthus, occasi-
V. On the present National Distress.
IX. The Marquis of Lansdown's Speech on Foreign Commerce. (Rerised and cor-
X. Considerations on the Corn Question, &c. [Original.]
Os the Expediency and Necessity of STRIKING OFF a