No. 1, contains, An Address to the Republicans of the Island of
Great Britain. On the Birth-days of Thomas Paine, the real
Englishman and the fictitious Jesus the Jew.-Constitutional As-
sociation.—Case of Mrs. Jane Carlile.—Address of Mrs. Carlile
to the Court on receiving its Judgment.--The Protest of Mary
Ann Carlile.—To the Christian Judge Bailey, by R. Carlile.-To
Ditto, by a Friend to Freedom.--To the Editor of the Republican,
a Parody.—The Sea Officer.-Resolutions for forming a Deistical
Society - Aphorisms selected from the Writings of Condorcet.
No. 2, contains, An Address, &c.—Celebration of the Birth-
day of Mr. Carlile at Leeds.—Letter from and to Mr R. W. Byer-
ley of Leeds.–Stoddart, Dr. Murray and Sharpe, versus the
Temple of Reason.—Case of Mary Ann Carlile.—Petition of Mary
Ann Carlile to the King, with Letter to Lord Sidmouth. Address
to the Public by the Committee for the management of the Sub-
scriptions for Mr. Carlile and Family.-Resolutions of a Public
Meeting at the Paul's Head, Cateaton Street, on the 12th of No-
vember, 1821, for the aforesaid object.-The Battle, Poetry.
No. 3, contains, An Address, &c.—Reflections, Moral and Po-
litical, by Thomas Single.—Letter from and to Mr. James Affleck
of Edinburgh.-An Acrostic on Richard Carlile.--Renunciation
of the Christian Mythology, by Amariah Batty.—To the Christian
Judge Bailey, Letter the Second.
No. 4, contains, An Address, &c.—Poetical Address spoken at
the Anniversary Dinner, in London, to commemorate the Birth-
day of Thomas Paine, January 29, 1821, by J. W. Dunstone.-
Reflections, Moral and Political, continued.-Subscriptions.
Notice respecting Mr. Wedderburn.-Letter from and to Mr.
Abel Hellawell of Huddersfield.—To the Christian Judge Bailey,
Letter the Third.-Stoddart, Murray and Sharpe, versus the Temple
of Reason.—To Mr. Carlile by T. Whitworth.
No. 5, contains, An Address, &c.-To the Metropolitan Re-
publicans, by John Jones.-To the Editor of the Republican, on
Prejudice and black Gothism, by Regulator-Aphorisms of
Condorcet.-On Theism, by Voltaire.--Notice of “Queen Mab,"