1.-RECENT OCCURRENCES, SPEECHES, AND SIGNS OF THE TIMEs.
1. A Letter to the Freeholders of the County of Durham, on the
Proceedings of the County Meeting, holden on Thursday,
21st October, instant; and particularly on the Speech of John
George Lambton, Esq. M. P. By Rev. Henry Phillpotts,
M. A. Prebendary of Durham.
2. Letter to John Ralph Fenwick, Esq. By John Davison, Rec-
tor of Washington.
3. Remarks on an Article in the Edinburgh Review, No. 64, en-
titled “ Necessity of Parliamentary Inquiry." By Rev. H.
Phillpotts, M. A. Prebendary of Durham.
4. Substance of the Speech of the Right Hon. Lord Grenville, in
the House of Lords, Nov. 30, 1819, on the Marquis of Lans-
down's Motion, That a Select Committee be appointed to in-
quire into the State of the Country, and more particularly into
the Distresses and Discontents prevalent in the Manufacturing
Districts, and the Execution of the Laws with Respect to the
numerous Meetings which have taken place.
5. The Substance of the Speech of the Right Hon. W. C. Plunket,
in the House of Commons, on Tuesday, 230 November, 1819.
6. Substance of the Speech of the Right Hon. George Canning, in
the House of Commons, on Wednesday, November 24, 1819,
on the Address to the Throne, upon the Opening of the Ses-
sion of Parliament
II. Common Sense; a Poem
III.-HISTORY, LITERATURE, AND PRESENT STATE OF HAYTI.
1. Haytian Papers.-A Collection of the very interesting Procla-
mations and other official Documents; together with some
Account of the Rise, Progress, and present State of the
Kingdom of Hayti. By Prince Sanders, Esq. Agent for the
2. History of the Island of Saint-Domingo, from its first Disco-
very by Columbus to the present Period.
3. Histoire de la Republique d'Haïti ou Saint Domingue, l'Escla-
vage, et les Colons. Par Civique de Gastine.
4. Mémoires po servir à l'Histoire de la Révolution de Saint-
Domingue. Par le Lieutenant-Général Baron Pampbile de