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AUGUST & NOVEMBER, 1830.
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY A. E. MILLER,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNI
CONTENTS OF No. XI.
I. AGRARIAN AND EDUCATION SYSTEMS,
1. Popular Political Economy. By Thomas Hodgskin.
2. Observations on the sources and effects of unequal Wealth. By
3. The Rights of Man to Property: being a proposition to make it
equal among the adults of the present generation; and to provide for
its equal transmission to every individual of each succeeding genera-
4. Essays on Education, contained in the "Free Enquirer" of New-
York. Edited by Frances Wright and Robert Dale Owen, (for the
5. Same in the "New-York Daily Sentinel," for the month of May,
1830. Edited by Andrews, Stanley & Co. and the Mechanics' Free
6. "The Friend of Equal Rights." A daily newspaper, edited at
New-York by Alexander Ming, Senior, and Thomas Skidmore.
Motto " All children have equal rights to maintenance and educa-
tion: all mankind at the age of maturity to equal property."
II. HISTORY OF Greek Literature,
Histoire de la Literature Grecque profane depuis son origine jusqu'à
la prise de Constantinople par les Turcs. 2me edition. Par M.
III. MEMOIRES D'UN PAIR DE FRANCE,
Memoires et Souvenirs, d'un Pair de France, ex Membre du Senat
The Works of Ben Jonson, with Notes Critical and Explanatory;
Physiologie des Passions, ou nouvelle doctrine des Sentimens
Moraux. Par J L. Alibert, Chevalier de Plusieurs ordres, Premier
VI. DEBATE ON MR. FOOT'S RESOLUTION,
The several Speeches made during the Debate in the Senate of the
United States, on Mr. Foot's Resolution, by Mr. Hayne, of South-Ca-