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THE

Eclectic Review,

MDCCCXIV.

JULY DECEMBER

NEW SERIES.

VOL. II.

Φιλοσοφιαν δε ον την Στωικων λεγω, ουδε την πλατωνικην, και την Επικουριου τι
και Αριστοτελικηναλλ'. οσα ειρηται παρ έκαστη των αιρεσεων τουτων καλως,
δικαιοσυνην μετα ευσεβους επιστημης εκδιδασκούλα, τουτο συμπαν το ΕΚΛΕΚΤΙΚΟΝ
Φιλοσοφιαν φημι.

CLEM. ALEX. Strom. Lib. 1.

LONDON:

PUBLISHED BY JOSIAH CONDER, 18, ST. PAUL'S CHURCH-YARD,

SOLD ALSO BY
DEIGHTON AND SONS, CAMBRIDGE;
AND OLIPHANT, WAUGH, AND INNES, EDINBURGH,

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CONTENTS TO VOL. II.

Pagea

Abernethy's Inquiry into the Probability and Rationality of Mr. Hunter's

Theory of Life

Armstrong's Facts and Observations relative to the Fever commonly called
Puerperal

400

Appel aux Souverains réunis à Paris

103

Barrett's Life of Cardinal Xmenes

325

Belsham's Memoirs of the late Rer. Theophilus Lindsey

113

Bioscope ; or Dial of Life explained

373

Bishop of St. David's Brief Memorial

160

Bowden's Remains

623

Boydell's Illustrations of Holy Writ

191

Cabanel's Poems and Imitations

615

Carnot's Treatise on the Defence of Fortified Places. Translated by Monta

alembert

99

Chalmers's lofluence of Bible Societies on the Temporal Necessities of the

Poor

168

Chandler's History of Persecution

237

Channing's Di-course, delivered in Boston, North America, on the Deli-

verance of the Christian World froin Military Despotism

625

Chi'de Alarique

017

Classical Engiish Letter-Writer

525

Clayton's Prayer for the Multiplication of Evangelical Labourers. A Ser-

413

Clifford's Tixall Poetry

267

Davies's “ Brand plucked out of the Fire !" or a Brief Account of Robert

Kendall

213

Dawson's Inquiry into the Causes of the general Porerty and Dependence

of Mankind. Including an Investigation of the Com Laws

Dean of Wells's Sermon before the Church Missionary Society for Africa

and the East

526

Denby and Leng's Expeditious Arithmetician

496

Drayton's Poems

181

Duschene's Reflections of a French Constitutional Royalist

624

Dyer's History of the University and Colleges of Cambridge

513

Earl of Lauderdale's Letter on the Corn Laws ..

1

Edinburgh Review, No. 46. Art. Essai Philosophique sur les probabilités :

Par M. Laplace

362

Eustace's Tour through 'Italy

465, 542

Evaus's Sermons on various Subjects

205

Evans's Sketch of the Denominations of the Christian World

480

Faber's Practical Treatise on the ordinary Operations of the Iloly Spirit 50
Familiar Scrves, Histories, and Reflections

513

Flavel's Character of an Evangelical Pastor

300

Forbes's Oriental Memoirs

405, 410, 631

Grant's (Mrs.) Eighteen Hundred and Thirteen, A Poem

101

Hall's Adderss 10 the Rev. Eustace Carey, on bis designation as a Chris-

85

Hamilton's (Rizabeth) Series of Popular Excavs ilustrative of Principles

connected with the Improvement of the User-anding, &c.
Llorzity's Speichis in Parliament

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Inquiry concerning the Author of the Letters of Junius

279

James's new and enlarged Military Dictionary

Kett's Flowers of Wit

184

Kidd's Sermons, designed chiefly for the use of Villages and Families

389

Lacey's Discourses for Domestic Use

498

Langsdorff's Voyages and Travels in various parts of the World

133

; a .

393

Law's (Bishop) Charge delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Chester 578

List of Works recently published

109, 209,319, 426, 338, 651

Lofft's Laura; or an Anthology of Sonnets

502

Malthus's Observations on the Effects of the Cord Laws, &c.

Mann's Short Discourses on the Lord's Prayer

630

Veadley's Memoirs of Algernon Sydney

256

Messe's Picture of Philadelphia

302

Memoir of the Queen of Ftruria ; written by Herself

590

Memoirs of a celebrated Literary and Political Character

278

Merivale's Orlando in Roncesvalles. A Poem

227

Missionary. A Poem

Modern Parnassus; or the New Art of Poetry. A Poem

458

Moonshine

133
Observations on the late Treaty of Peace with France, so far as it relates
to the Slare Trade

197

Phædo; a Dialogue on the Immortality of the Soul

79

Philosopbical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. For the Year

1812. Parts I. and II.

245, 382, 599

Pinkerton's Present State of the Greek Church in Russia; translated from

the Slaropiad of Platon

429

Portfolio

286

Predestined Thief. With an Application to the recent Case of Robert

Kendall

213

Quarrels of Authors

288

Roby's Glory of the latter Days

90

Rouse's Doctrine of Chances, or Theory of Gaming

562

Second Annual Report of the Committee of the Southwark Auxiliary Bible

Society

178

Select Literary Information

107, 207, 317, 423, 535, 649

Seton's Individuality

513

Sermons, on the Occasion of the late Peace

419

Shee's Commemoration of Reynolds

186

Simpson's Plea for the Divinity of Jesus, and the Doctrine of the Trinity

606

Sketch from Nature. A rural Poem

Smith's French Dictionary

494

Southey's Congratulatory Odes

179

Speech of the Right Hon. George Rose, on the subject of the Corii Laws
Strult's Pape of Proserpine, &c. Translated from Claudian

363
Taylor's Parnassian Wild Flowers
Théorie Analytique des Probabilités; par M. le Comte Laplace

562

'Thornton's Fruits of the Spirit

193

Thornton's Repentance explained and enforced

294

Velvet Cushiop

335

Worsley's Rules for pronounclog and reading the French Language

495

Youle's Arithmetical Preceptor

4.96

182

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THE

ECLECTIC REVIEW,

For JULY, 1814.

Art. I.-1. An Inquiry into the Causes of the general Poverty and De

pendence of Mankind. Including a full Investigation of the Cork Laws. By William Dawson. 8vo. pp. 230. Edinburgh, 1814.

Longman, and Co. 2.--A Letter on the Corn Laws. By the Earl of Lauderdale. 8vo.

pp. 89. London, 1814. Longman and Co. 3.-The Speech of the Right Hon. George Rose, in the House of

Commons, on the 5th of May, 1814, on the Subject of the Corn Laws.

8vo. pp. 79. London, 1814. Cadell and Davies. 4.- Observations on the Effects of the Corn Laws, and of a Rise or

Fall in the Price of Corn, on the Agriculture and general Wealth of the Country. By the Rev. T. R. Malthus, 8vo. pp. 44. Lon: don, 1814. Johnson and Co.

WE might have conceived ourselves entitled to expect that,

after the progress which the science of political economy has made, we should not, in a country which boasts of its knowledge and liberality, have had the misfortune to witness another attempt to disturb, by acts of parliament, the established order of nature in regulating the supply of the people's food.

Since the same ideas, however, and the same interests are now likely to prevail, that have prevailed in former times, what remains is, to endeavour to remove the ignorance on which false measures are always grounded ; ignorance either among . those who produce, or those who endure them. It is our duty, as well as the duty of all who write, to explain the subject so completely, and to make the community so well acquainted with the fallacies by which they have been misled, that we may be in no danger of seeing our country injured again by laws tending to diminish the sources which supply its sustenance. Vol. II. N. S.

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