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and reply to Consistency.-On Prisons, and what is called

Prison Discipline.-Reflections, Moral and Political, continued.-


No. 6, contains, An Address, &c.--Case of Mary Ann Carlile.-

To the Christian Judge Bailey, Letter the Fourth.-Character of
Woman.-Letter from and to Mr. Francis Marsden of Sheffield.--
Letter from and to Mr. James Maber of Bath.-Letter from and
to Mr. John Bell of Carlisle.—To Mr. Carlile, by T. Whitworth.-
Notice of “Queen Mab,” “Cain, a Mystery," and a "Royal Re- .

No. 7, contains, An Address, &c.—Letter from Mr. Cobbett to
Mr. Carlile, copied from his Register.-Letter to Mr. Carlile, by
a Liberal Christian.—To Ditto, by Mr. John Townsend.-Anecdote
relating to the National Debt.-Letter from and to Mr. Howard
Fish.—To Mr. Carlile by Mr. Richard Moore of Manchester.

- Aphorisms of Condorcet.—To Mr. Carlile from a Deist.-—The

Effects of a Belief in a future State of Existence on Society.-Ad-

dress to Mr. Carlile from Liverpool.--Letter to Ditto from his im-
prisoned Shopmen.--Anecdote relating to Thomas Paine.

No. 8, contains, An Address, &c.-Celebration of the Birth-day
of Thomas Paine in London, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Manchester,
Stockport and Stokesly; Song and Poetry by W. V. Holmes.
Case of Mr. David Ridgway.--Poetical Address by E. R.--Letter
to Dr. England.-Letter from and to Mr. John Heys, Bolton,

No. 9, contains, An Address, &c.-Letter to Mr. Hunt.---Cor-

respondence between Mr. Carlile and the Solicitor to the Treasury.

No. 10, contains, An Address, &c.—The folly of Prosecutions

for Libel.-A copy of the “ North Briton” No.45.-Correspon-

dence with the Secretary of State for the Home Department.--

Celebration of the Birth-day of Thomas Paine at Ashton-under-line.

Letter from R. A. of Edinburgh with Critical Enquiry into the

Harmony of the Books of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.-Cor-

respondence between Mr. Carlile and Madame M. B. de Bonne-

ville.-- Fragment of a Letter

to Camille Jordan, by Thomas Paine.
No. 11, contains, An Address, &c.—Death of Stewart the

celebrated Traveller.—Letter to Mr. Carlile by Chirurgicus.--To.

Ditto, by Regulator, on the progress of Reason, the belief of a

Deist, and the reasons for his Belief.—To the Christian Judge

Bailey, Letter Fifth.Letter from Lord Byron to Mr. Murray his

Publisher.-Letter from and to Mr. Robert Armstrong of Stokes-

ley.--The Scripturian's Creed.

No. 12, contains, An Address, &c.--Letter from and to Mr.

Robert Robinson.-To Mr. Carlile, by P. F.-To Ditto, by

Abraham Walker of Rastrich.—To Ditto by James Humphreys of

Springdale.-To Abraham Walker. To the Vice Society, by John

Jones.-Celebration of the Birth-day of Thomas Paine at Leeds.-

Scripturian's Creed concluded.

No. 13, contains, An Address, &c.-Celebration of the Birth-

day of Thomas Paine continued.—To the Christian Judge Bailey,
Letter the Sixth.-Letter from and to Mr. Moses Colclough of
Nottingham.- Letter to Mr. James Humphreys.

No. 14, contains, An Address, &c.-Letter to Mr. James
Humphreys concluded.—Letter from and to Mr. Joshua Kershaw
of Oldham.-Letters from Mr. Joseph Gill. and Mr. William
Liddle of Leeds.-Letter from and to Mr. James Watson of Leeds.
Letter from and to Mr. James Affleck of Edinburgh, with report
of the proceedings of a Public Meeting at Edinburgh.-Letter from
and to Mr. William Perry of Stockport.

No. 15, contains, An Address, &c.—Letter Second to Mr.
Henry Hunt.-Letter from and to Mr. Samuel Mercer of Hyde
near Manchester.-Letter from and to Mr. James Wheeler.-
Case of John Matthews.-A Dialogue.-Letter from R. A. of
Edinburgh, and Critical Enquiry into the Harmony of the Gospels
continued.—Bolton Subscription List.

No. 16, contains, An Address, &c. - To the Christian Judge

Bailey, Letter the Seventh.—Letter from and to Mr. James

Thomson of Tickle Street, Manchester.-Reports of three Public

Meetings held at Leeds, on the subject of addressing Sir Charles

Wolseley. Notice of a Subscription from Whitefield near Man-

chester. Address from thc London Committee, and London Sub-

scriptions continued. Notice of the Publication of Lawrence's

Lectures; and the first days Proceedings on the Mock Trials of R.


No. 17, contains, An Address, &c.---Letters from and to Mr.

John Smithson of Leeds.—Letter from B. A. of Canterbury.-

Critical Enquiry into the Harmony of the Gospels continued. The

Koran Society.-Letter from Mr. Abraham Walker of Rastrick.--

Letter from and to Mr. James Humphreys. Letter from Mr. John

Grattan, jun. of Wingerworth. Notice of Lawrence's Lectures on

Physiology, Zoology, and the Natural History of Man.-Conti-

nuation of the Report of the Leeds Public Meetings.

No. 18, contains, An Address, &c.—To the Christian Judge

Bailey, Letter Eighth.-Extracts from - Le Bon Sens.”—Conti-

nuation of a Critical Enquiry into the Harmony of the Gospels.-

Letter from Mr. William Braithwaite of Leeds.—Petition of Mary

Ann Carlile to the House of Commons, and Correspondence with

Mr. Hobhouse about presenting it. -- Rules and Regulations of the

London Zetetic Society.—The Patriots, Poetry.-Notice concern-

ing the continuation of the Publication of the Mock Trials.

No. 19, contains, An Address, &c.-Conclusion of the Report

of the three Public Meetings at Leeds.-Letter from and to Mr.
John Harper of Manchester, in behalf of the Miles Platting Read-
ing Society.–An Address from the Female Republicans of Man-
chester to Mrs. and Mary Ann Carlile, with an answer to the
same.—Letter from and to Mr. John Bottomley of Manchester.-
Notice of a London Subscription, and a Subscription from Stokes-

ley Yorkshire.-Letter from and to Mr. Elijah Ridings of Fails-
worth near Manchester.—Letter from and to Mr. John Heys of
Bolton, with notice of Presents to Mrs. Carlile from the Republi-
cans of Bolton.- Letter to Mrs. Carlile from Mrs. Elizabeth Gaunt
with an answer.- Notice of a Subscription from Paris.

No. 20, contains, An Address, &c.--Leeds Public Meeting for
a Subscription for Mr. Carlile and Family.-An Address to Re-
formers by Richard Moore.-Letter to the Editor of the Repub-
lican by, Mr. Bayley Potts.--Reasons of a Deist for not believing
Christianity.—The Bosquetian Creed with comment. Reasons
for renouncing Christianity, by W. V. Holmes.-Letter from and
to Mr. James Moore of Halifax.–Case of Mary Ann Carlile.
A Subscription of Poetry and Money to Mr. Carlile, Family and
Shopmen.-Prospectus of the Republican.-Review of some Errors
in the Fifth Volume.- Notice of a Manchester Meeting, (not
signed nor well worded, inserted without being seen by the Editor).
Continuation of London Subscriptions,

No. 21, or Appendix to Vol. V. contains, An Address &c.-

Letter to the Editor of the Republican, by I. B. L.-Letter from

Mr. Davison.-Letter from Joseph Swann to a friend in Leeds.

Leeds Public Meeting concluded.-Letter from and to Mr. Ro-

bert Robinson.On Man and the necessity of his following the

laws of Nature.—Letter from and to Mr. Charles Walker of

Ashton-under-line.—Letter from and to the Republicans of Wis-

beach. On the absurdity of Religion, by Epicurus.-A few Plain

Questions addressed to those Connoiseurs of Revelation, Judge

Bailey, James Humphrey, &c.—Letter from Mr. H. Myers, an

American.-Bolton Law.


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