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ARCHIBALD CONSTABLE AND COMPANY, EDINBURGH; AN#
CONSTABLE, HUNTER, PARK, AND HUNTER,
LONDON.

1810.

CONTENTS OF No. XXXIII.

Art. I. Substance of the Speech of Sir John Cox Hippisley,

Bart, on Seconding the Motion of the Right Hon.

Henry Grattan, to refer the Petition of the Roman

Catholics of Ireland to a Committee of the House

of Commons, on Friday, the 18th of May, 1810 Page 1

II. Memoires du Prince Eugene de Savoie, Gcncralisssme

des Armees Autrichiennes. Ecrits par lui-mcme 39

III. Tracts on the Education of the Poor - 58

IV. Code d'Instruction Criminelle; Edition conforme a

l'edition originale du Bulletin des Lois; suivi des

Motifs exposes par les Conseillers d'Etat, et des

Rapports fails par la Commission de Legislation

du Corps Legislatif, sur chacun des Lois qui com-

posent le Code - 88

V. The American Mineralogical Journal, for January,

February, and March 1810, conducted by Archi-

bald Bruce, M. I}., Professor of Mineralogy in die

University of the State of New York. Vol. I.

No. L - - - - 11*

VI. A Treatise on Plane and Spherical Trigonometry.

By Robert Woodhouse, A. M. F. R. S. Fellow of

Cuius College, Cambridge ... - 122

VII. A View of the antient and present State of the Zet-

land Islands, including their Civil, Political, and

Natural History, Antiquities, and an Account of

their Agriculture, Fisheries, Commerce, and the

State of Society and Manners. By Arthur Ed-

mondston, M. D. - - - - - 135

VIII. Papers on the Stone - .... 155

IX. Philosophical Essays. By Dugald Stewart, Esq.

F. R. S. Edinburgh, Emeritus Professor of Moral

Philosophy in the University of Edinburgh, &c.

&c. - .... 167

X. AIZXTAOY IIPOMH0ET2 AESMflTHS. jEschyli

Prometheus Vinctus. Ad Fidem M.muscriptorum

erriendavit, Notas et Glossarium adjecit, Carolus

Jacobus Blomfield A. B. Collcgii SS. Trinitatis a-

pud Cantabrigienses Socius - . - 211

Lbt of New Publications .... 243

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Art. I. Substance of the Speech of Sir John Cox Hippislet/, BarL on seconding the Motion of the Right Hon. Henry Gratlan, to refer the Petition of the Jtoman Catholics of Ireland to a Committee of the House of Commons, on Friday, the I Hth of May, 1810. With an Appendix, greatly enlarged, and additional Notes. The Second Edition, corrected, pp. 320. 8vo. London, 1810.

"\"x7"hat ought to be the religion of a country, where two thirds * * of the people are Catholic, and only one third Protestant? —where two thirds profess that form of Christianity which still prevails over the greatest part of civilized Europe, the remaining third professing what they think a purer form of Christianity?

If this be too bold, or too general a question for the taste of tome of our readers, it will s?rve our purpose equally well, if they will only ask themselves the following—Was it just or reasonable, while Ireland continued a distinct kingdom, that two thirds of her inhabitants should be subjected to pains and civil disabilities on account of their religion? and, if the Union, by which she ceased to be a distinct kingdom, was negotiated on a footing of equality, and brought about partly by promises to remove these pains and disabilities, is it just or reasonable that they should still be continued?

We shall not add another word on the justice of the claims row nn<ie by the Irish Catholics, considered with a reference to Ireland only; but, forgetting that she ever had a separate political existence, and regarding her merely as an integral portion of the 15ritish empire, we shall be satisfied with asking, Whether it he salutary and expedient for the whole state, that the Irish Catholics should be kept under the disabilities to which they are still inhj.'C'ed?

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