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LONDON:
Printed and Published by W. ÇOBBETT, No. 183, Fleet-street

1826.

v:SF-60

* GIFT OF,

Rancrati

Bancroft Library

CONTENTS OF VOLUME LIX.

No.
1.-Proceedings at Preston. (From the

Morning Herald.)
2.-To the Electors of Preston-TO

the Subscribers to tbe Fund for the
election of Mr. Cobbett. -Yorkshire

Meeting of the working classes.
3.-To Money-Hoarders.-Scotch re-

venge.--Poor Man's Friend.-Lying

newspapers.
4.-To Mr. Frederick Robinson, on the

proofs of the prosperity, which has
flowed from his unreformed Parlia-
ment.-To the Weaver Boys of Lan-
cashire.—“Envy and admiration."

-Scotch Banks.-Newspaper lies.
5.-To Mr. Canning, on the present

state of Things.-Poor Forties !
State of Trade.—“Enry and admi.
tation." "The best public in-

structor."-Manchester Affairs.
6.—To the Readers of the Register, on

my Petition to the King. — “No
Popery," or, the purity of lands and
tenements. -“Catholic emancipa-
tion"!!!- Distress. - Good God!
Surely my eyes deceive me !-Na-

tional Debt.
7.-State of the Poor; and projects of

the Scotch and English Landlords.
To Mr. Lawless.—“Best public in-
structor."- Foreign Loans. — Aris-
tocratical encroachment. “ Eng-
land's Glory.” — The Poor Man's

Friend.
8.-To the Working People of Black-

burn, on the capacity of the Go-
veroment to collect the Revenue
amidst the miseries of the Nation;
and on the projects now on soot for
robbing the people in the middle

No.

ranks of life, in order to keep up
the luxury and the splendour of the
Boroughmongers. — Election Sub-
scription.–To the Readers of the
Register, on the above Subscription.-
-Adams and Jefferson.-The Sum-

mer.-Twelfth of August.
9.-To the Radicals of Manchester, on

the Meeting, held at the Manor
Court-room, in that Town, on
Thursday, the 17th of August, 1826.

-Rural Ride.
10.-To Sir James Graham, Bart., on

his Pamphlet, entitled “Corn and
Currency;" which Pamphlet is ad-
dressed to the “Landowners," and
which Pamphlet contains a propo-
sition for (in fact) robbing the whole
Nation, and the Fundholders in
particular, for the purpose of up-
holding the Aristocracy and the Es-
tablished Clergy. - Rural Ride.
Meeting at Cork, on the subject of
the prevalent distress in Ireland.-

Distresses in the North.
11.–To Sir James Graham, Bart. Letter

Il.-Good Ministers !!!. "Envy
and admiration of the whole world."

--Castlereagh's horrid end.
12.–Rural Ride, down the Valley of the

Avon,ʻin Wiltshire.-Corn Procla.
mation.-Happiness under the Bo-
roughreeve and Constables (From
the Morning Chronicle. — Happy
Sawney.-Greek Affair.—Sir Glory.

13.-Rural Ride, from Salisbury to War-

minster, from Warminster to Frome,
from Frome to De es, and from
Devizes to Highworth.-State of the
country.

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