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I. Information on the principal Events which took place
in the GOVERNMENT of SPAIN, from the commence-
ment of the INSURRECTION in 1808, to the Dissolv-
TION of the ORDINARY Cortes in 1814 ; intended to
explain the CAUSES which led to the LATE REVOLU-
TION, and more particularly to repel the calumnies of
the French Press, respecting that glorious and me-
morable occurrence. By Count Toreno, the leader
of the present Cortes, and late an Exile in England and
France. [Translated from the original Spanish by
WILLIAM WALTON, Esg. Exclusively for the Pam-
II. Addenda to Mş. HEATHFIELD's second publication,
on the LIQUIDATION of the NATIONAL DEBT ; en-
titled “Further Observations on the Propriety and Expe-
diency of Liquidating the National Debt of the United
Kingdom.”. [Printed in No. Xxx11. of the Pam-
III. Speech of Jos. MARRYATT, Esq., in the House of Com-
mons, on Monday, June 5th, 1820, upon the Petition
against any alteration in the Duties on TIMBER.
[Published by the Committee of the Society of Ship
IV. A Reply to the Charges brought by the Reviewer of
Spence's ANECDOTES, in the QUARTERLY RE-
VIEW for Oct. 1820, against the last Editor of Pope's
WORKS; and Author of “A Letter to Mr. Campbell,"
on “ The Invariable Principles of Poetry.” By the