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FOR ARCHIBALD CONSTABLE & CO. EDINBURGH,
JOHN MURRAY, 32. FLEET-STREET,
ART. I. Pamphlets by the Hon. J. Randolph and others on
II. Specimens of the Later English Poets, with Preli-
III. The History of the World, from the Reign of A-
lexander to that of Augustus. By J. Gillies,
IV. Outlines of a Plan for educating Ten Thousand
Poor Children, by establishing Schools
Country Towns and Villages; and for uniting
Works of Industry with useful Knowledge.
V. The Principles of Botany, and of Vegetable Physi-
ology. Translated from the German of D. C.
VI. Observations in a Journey through Spain and Italy
to Naples, and thence to Smyrna and Constan-
tinople, &c. By R. Semple, Author of " Walks
VII. A Short Inquiry into the Policy, Humanity, and
Past Effects of the Poor Laws. By one of His
Majesty's Justices of Peace for the Three Inland
VIII. Pamphlets on the Catholic Question
IX. Pamphlets by Sir W. Young and others on West
V X. Poems. By the Rev. J. Mant, M. A.
XI. General Observations upon the probable Effects of
any Measures which have for their Object the
Increase of the Regular Army, &c. By a
✓ XII. Corinne, ou L'Italie. Par Mad. de Staël Holstein 183
XIII. The Code of Health and Longevity; or a Concise
View of the Principles calculated for the Pre-
servation of Health, and the Attainment of
ART. I. The Speech of the Honourable J. Randolph, Representative for the State of Virginia in the General Congress of America, on a Motion for the Non-Importation of British Merchandize pending the present disputes between Great Britain and America. With an Introduction by the Author of " War in Disguise. 8vo. pp. 75. (New York printed:) London reprinted. Butterworth, 1806.
Concessions to America the Bane of Britain: or, the Cause of the present distressed Situation of the British Colonial and Shipping Interests explained, and the proper Remedy suggested. pp. 63. London, Richardson. 1807.
Oil without Vinegar, and Dignity without Pride: or, British, American, and West India Interests, considered. By Macall Medford London, Richardson.
Esq. of America. 8vo. Pp. 102.
THE HESE three pamphlets relate nearly to the same subject,-the discussions which have for about two years existed in form between this country and the United States, which have in reality, however, been growing up with the increase of the American commerce since the beginning of last war, and which have now come to the point of being speedily terminated, either by mutual concessions, or by an appeal to arms. It is peculiarly interesting as well as important, at this particular moment, to examine well the ground on which the parties are taking their stand; and we are not without hopes that there is yet time to remove the ignorance in which the public of both countries have been studiously kept, until the voice of the multitude has seemed to decide for war. But it is not merely for its temporary interest that we have chosen to bring this subject fully before our readers upA
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