I. On the Trade in Wool and Woollens, including an exposition of the
Commercial situation of the British Empire : extracted from the Reports,
addressed to the Wool-Meetings at Lewes, in the years 1809, 1810, 1811,
and 1312, by the President John, Lord Sheffield, from the Communications
to the Board of Agriculture.
II. A Letter to Thomas Hope, Esq. Hereditary Governor and Director of
the British Institution for promoting the Fine Arts in the United Kingdom,
&c. &c. on the insufficiency of the existing establishments for promoting the
Fine Arts, towards that of Architecture and its Professors ; attempting to
show the cause of the decline of pure taste in that branch of the Fine Arts,
and with some hints towards its better encouragement. By James Elmes,
III. A Review of First Principles of Bishop Berkeley, Dr. Reid, and Pro dress
fessor Stewart. With an indication of other Principles. By John Fearr
Esq. Author of an Essay on Consciousness.
IV. Narrative of the Crucifixion of Matthew Lovat, executed by his ow
hands, at Venice, in July, 1805. Originally communicated to the Public b
Cæsar Ruggieri, M. D. Professor of Clynical Surgery at Venice, in a letter
a Medical Friend. [Now first translated into English. With a wood-cut.]
V. A Series of Letters on the Political and Financial state of the Natio
at the commencement of the year 1814; addressed to the Earl of Liverpo
By Francis Percival Eliot, Esq. under the signature of Falkland.
VI. Observations on Medical Reform. By a Member of the Universit
VII. On Buonaparte and the Bourbons, and the necessity of rall:
around our legitimate Princes, for the safety of France and Europe. Tr.
lated from the French of F.A. de Chateaubriand.
VIII. An Appeal to the Legislature for the repeal of the Act regulat
the Marriage of the Royal Family. [Original.]
IX. A Short Sketch of a short Trip to Paris in 1788. By R. Valpy, D.
F. A. S.
X. Reflections on the Letters of Conciliator, on the question of Catho
Emancipation; contained in No. V. By the Right Reverend Bishop M
Der, D.D. [Original.]