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CONTENTS,

INTRODUCTION

page 1

I.

Education-Foreign Colleges for the Education of English

Catholics

II.

Classical Studies — Modern English Poets

10

III.

Jurisprudence

30 1.-Remarks on the Heirship and Venality of Judicial Offices in France

ib. 2.On the Presents and Personal Solicitations to Foreign Judges

37 3.-On the Limits of the Right of Courts of Judicature to interpret Laws

40 4.-On the Separation of Courts of Law and Equity,

peculiar to English Jurisprudence - 44 5.- On the Redactions and Reforms of the French

Customary and Statute Law-and on the Code
Napoléon

48 6.-On the Order of Avocâts in France, and its Extinction in the French Revolution

53 7.-On the English Law of Property

59 8.-Recommendation of a course of Study of the English Law of Real Property

63

THE WORKS OF THE REMINISCENT:

IV.

ESSAY ON HOUSES OF INDUSTRY-Remarks on Mr.

Pitt's Bill for the Relief of the Poor

page 68

V.

ESSAY ON IMPRESSING SEAMEX-Character of the Earl of Sandwich

70

VI.

HIS LORDSHIP'S SPEECH, IN DEFENCE OF HIS ADMINIS

TRATION OF GREENWICH HOSPITAL-Notice of Lord Erskine's Speech on that occasion-Character of his Eloquence

72

VII.

LETTER ON JUNIUS

75

VIII.

OF

COMPLETION OF

MR. HARGRAve's EDITION COKE ON LITTLETON-Characters of Littleton and Coke 115

IX.

HORÆ

JURIDICÆ SUBSECIVÆ— Notice of some foreign jurisconsults

123

X.

EDITION OF

MR. FEARNE's ESSAY ON CONTINGENT REMAINDERS-Some account of Mr. Fearne 126

XI.

General Remarks on the Forensic Eloquence of 1.-Lord Mansfield

128 2.- Lord Hardwicke--Lord Camden-Lord Thur

low-Lord Rosslya-Sir Wm. Grant-Lord Eldon-Lord Kenyon

140

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XII.

page 148

166 168

On Parliamentary Eloquence 1.-Lord Chatham

ib. 2.- Lord North 3.-Mr. Fox and Mr. Pitt 4.-Mr. Burke

177 5. Miscellaneous Observations on the Characters of Mr. Pitt, Mr. Fox, and Mr. Burke

180 6.-On the Holy Alliance

189 7.-Lord Thurlow

198 8.--Mr. Sheridan-Mr. Dundas 9.-Mr. Grattan

205

202

XIII.

Miscellaneous Reflections on the Parliamentary Oratory of England

207

XIV.

HORÆ BIBLICÆ

215 Part I. containing an historical and literary account of

the original text, early versions, and printed editions of the Old and New Testament; 'or the sacred books of

the Jews and Christians. Part II. containing an historical and literary account of

the Koran, Zend-Avesta, the Kings, and Edda; or the booke accounted sacred by the Mahometans, Parsees, Chinese, and the Scandinavian nations.

XV.

SUCCINCT HISTORY OF THE GEOGRAPHICAL AND PO

LITICAL REVOLUTIONS OF THE GERMAN EMPIRE Remarks on the French Revolution

page 224

XVI.

HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF THE EONFESSIONS OF FAITH

OF PROTESTANTS

234

XVII.

HISTORICAL ACCOUNTS OF THE MONASTIC ORDERS OF THE CHURCH OF ROME

236

XVIII.

ESSAY ON THE DISCIPLINE OF THE CHURCH OF ROME,

RESPECTING THE GENERAL PERUSAL OF THE SCRIPTURES IN THE VULGAR TONGUE BY THE LAITY 239

XIX.

ESSAY ON THE WORK INTITULED ROMAN-CATHOLIC

PRINCIPLES IN REFERENCE TO GOD AND THE KING," published in 1680

242

XX.

ESSAY ON THE REUNION OF CHRISTIANS

243

XXI.

AN APPEAL TO THE PROTESTANTS OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND

250

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