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Turning with easy eye thou may'st behold-
From India and the golden Chersonese
And utmost Indian isle Tabrobane,
From Gallia, Gades, and the British west,
Germans and Scythians, and Sarmatians north,
Beyond Danubius to the Tauric pool :
All nations-

MILTON. Paradise Regained.

LONDON:
Printed by Cox, Son, and BAYLIS, Great Queen Street,
For C. TAYLOR, No. 108, Hatton Garden, Holborn,

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taken before a Committee of the Hon.

House of Commons, appointed to inquire

into the military conduct of H. R. H.

the Commander-in-Chief. (Ordered to

be printed twelve separate times, from

Peb. 1 10 22)

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Ass, Report from Committees of Hon.

House of Commons appointed to inquire

inn the existence of any abuses in the

Osposal of the Patronage of the East-In.

Company. (Ordered to be printed

March 23, 1809)

ib.

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or Hon. House of Commons appointed

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ei to consider what reduction can be

made of the same without detriment to

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13 appointed to examine the Public Ex-

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I report such observations as shall occur

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Blair's Prostitutes reclaimed, and Penitents

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The Exposé, or Napoleon Buonaparte un-

masked

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Sir John Carr's Caledonian Sketches .. 66

Fox's Comparative View of Mr. Lancaster

and Dr. Bell's Mode of Education .... 76

Thistlethwaite's Curate Catechising

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Hulbert's Impartial Statement of Religious

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Introduction to the Study of the Holy Scrip-

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Wedding among the Flowers .

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Poctical Picture of America

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Biographical Index to the present House of

Lords

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Question of Dissenters' Burial by the Esta-

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The Baroness de Stael Holstein's Lettres et

Pensées du Maréchal Prince de Ligne 243

An Account of Jamaica ...

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Enfield's Natural Theology; or a Demon-

stration of the Being and Attributes of

God from the Works of his Creation

arranged for the use of youth

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Hannah Mure's Cælebs in Search of a

Wife

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The Practical Norfolk Farmer

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Taylor's Wonders of the Horse

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Walter Scott's Collection of Tracts from

the late Lord Somers's Papers, Vol. I... 418

Jones's History of the County of Breck-

nuck

Batchelor's Orthoëpical Analysis of the

English Language

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Bingley's Memoirs of British Quadrupeds.. 438

Lord Sheffield's Orders in Council and Ame-

424, 602

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and commercial Interests of Great Bri-

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Stephens's Speech on American Affairs 45

tain ....

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