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CORRESPONDING MEMBERS. Aylesbury-Henry T. Ryde, Esq. Leicester-Sir Edmund Hartopp, Bt. Bakewell-Mr. James Taylor. Linlithgowshire-W. D. Gillon, Esq. Belfast-J. E. Tennent, Esq. M. P. M.P BerkhampsteadArch. Campbell, Macclesfield-Mr. Swinnerton. Esq.

MaltonW. Worsley, Esq.
BeverleyT. Sandwith, Esq. Manchester-W. Clegg, Esq.
Birmingham-G. F. Muntz, Esq. Northallerton-Right Hon. The Earl
Bolton-Mr. Robert Holder.

of Tyrconnel.
Bury St. Edmund'sR. Dalton, Esq. Nottingham-Mr. John Crosby.
Carlisle-Mr. C. Thurnham. Oldham-Mr. W. Fitton.
Cambridge, Jas. B. Bernard, Esq. Paisley-W. Barr, Esq.

Fellow of King's College, Cam. Pocklington—Major-Gen. Sir H. M. bridge.

Vavasour, Bart.
Cowbridge- Richard Franklin, Esq. Richmond0. Tomlin, Esq.
Cardiff-E. David, Esq.

Ripon-D. Cayley, Esq.
Cricklade. — Thomas Calley, Esq. Scarborough-E. H. Hebden, Esq. '
Darlington-Francis Mewburn, Esq. Sheffield-Mr. Webster.
Doncaster--Sir W. Cooke, Bart. Stockton-on-Tees-Thomas Meynell,
Durham-H. J. Spearman, Esq. Esq.
EdinburghThe Rt. Hon. Sir John Swansea-Joseph Bird, Esq.
Sinclair, Bart.

Tamworth-J. Holte Bracebridge, Exeter—Ralph Barnes, Esq.

Esq. Farnham, Kent.-J. M. Paine, Esq. Tynemouth-W. Richmond, Esq. Greenock-R. Wallace, Esq. M. P. Warwick-Chandos Leigb, Esq. Huddersfield-Mr. Richard Oustler. Whitby-Dr. Loy. Hull-James Iveson, Esq.

Wiltshire-Jobn Bennett, Esq. M.P. Ipswich-Charles Lillington, Esq. Wolverhampton.—Mr. John Dixon. Kent, East-Mr. J. C. Abbott. Worcester-R, Spooner, Esq. J. M. KnaresboroughMr. John Howgate. Gutch, Esq. Lincoln-W. S. Northhouse, Esq. York Thomas Laycock, Esq.

Communications to be sent to the Secretary, post paid.

* LATE MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT.

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Page On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. I. On Agriculture Financial State of the British Empire, Part I. . The Shopkeepers and the Retail Trade The Cotton Manufacture .. Ireland-Statistics Wooing of Master Fox, a Fable .

11 Colonies of Great Britain. Statistics Commerce Agricultural Distress On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. Ireland, No. 1.-On Poor Laws Taxation, No. II. Agriculture . The Shipping Interest Our Sound and Wholesome State !

29 Evidence Relative to the Hand-Loom Weavers

30 Wooing of Master Fox-continued On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. III.-A Prophecy

35 Agriculture .

36 Taxation, No. III. Letter from Mr. Stocks . Evidence Relative to the Hand-Loom Weavers—continued The Cotton Manufacture . Ireland, No. II.- Poor Laws Wooing of Master Fox-continued On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. IV. Is the Country Distressed ? Agriculture The Silk Trade of England and Continental Europe Letter from Mr. Oastler . Letter on the Corn Laws .. Defence of the Industrial Magazine Letter from an Operative . Letter from an Agriculturist Evidence Relative to the Hand-Loom Weavers-continued On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. V. Good Times Mr. Salt's Advertisement for a Meeting at Birmingham Agriculture Ireland, No. III.-Poor Laws Mr. Oastler's Letter-continued .

76 On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. VI.

81 On the late Change in the Administration

85 Tc the Electors of the United Kingdom

90 Minority who voted for Mr. M. Attwood's Motion

92 Inequality of Taxation, by G. R. Robinson, Esq. M.P. Letter from Mr. J. B. Bernard, Fellow of King's College, Cambridge

95 On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. VII.

97 Agriculture

99 Letter from Mr. Thomas Warsop

103 Mr. Oastler's Letter-continued

105 The Cotton Manufacture :

109 On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. VIII.

113 Agriculture-Mr. Medley's Address :

119 Hand-Loom Weavers-Mr. Maxwell's Letter .

124 Reciprocity System

125 Bank of England, its Liabilities and Assets

127 Evidence Relative to the Hand-Loom Weavers-- continued

128 On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. IX.

129 Agriculture-Yorkshire Central Association .

132 Taxation, No. IV. Hand-Loom Weavers-Mr. Gillon's Letter

137 Prosperity-Letter from the Paupers of Bledlow to the Poor-Law Commissioners 140

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Letter from Mr. Stocks on the Effects of Low Wages
New English Ballad
Malt Tax
On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. X.
Agriculture—To Landlords, Tenants, and Labourers
Mr. Oastler's Letter-continued
Ireland, No. 1V.-Poor Laws
Evidence Relative to the Hand- Loom Weavers—continued
On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. XI.
Agriculture
Memorial of the Birmingham Political Union to Earl Grey
Letter from an Operative, No. II. .
Mr. Oastler's Letter-continued
Evidence Relative to the Hand-Loom Weavers—continued
On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. XII.
Agriculture
Defence of the Industrial Magazine .
Factory Inspectors' Report
Ireland, Part V.-Poor Laws
On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. XIII.
Agriculture-On Tithes, by James B. Bernard .
Pithy Reply to an Official Letter
Causes of General Distress
Address from a Yorkshire Landlord ..
Address from the Hand-Loom Weavers to Mr. Maxwell
Mr. Oastler's Letter-continued
On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. XIV.
Agriculture Lord Chandos and the Malt Tax .
Address of the Operatives of Preston
Mr. Oastler's Letter concluded
Letter from W. D. Gillon, Esq. M.P.
Evidence Relative to the Hand-Loom Weavers-continued
On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. XV.-Cotton Trade
Agriculture-From the Circular to Bankers
Machinery-Letter III. from an Operative
Letter from Mr. Crosby, on the Currency
On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. XVI.--Wool Trade
Agriculture-Duties on the Imports of Foreign Goods
Letter on the altered Value of Money
Petition of the Hand-Loom Weavers of Bradford
Letter from Mr. Braby concerning an Industrial Village
On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. XVII.
Agriculture-From the Circular to Bankers .
List of the Minority on Mr. Cayley's Motion on the Currency
Profuse Expenditure, Letter on, from W. D. Gillon, Esq. M.P.
Petition of the Farmers of the County of Cambridge
'Our own Fireside,' a Poem, by John Clare .
Evidence Relative to the Hand-Loom Weavers-continued
Address of the Driffield Agricultural Association
On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. XVIII.
Agriculture-Petition of the East Kent Association
Letter from Mr. Bernard on a National Association

- Mr. Braby on the Rights of Producers
On Better Prices, Better Profits, and Better Wages, No. XIX.
Agriculture-Cambridgeshire Farmers' Association
Letter of an Operative, from Huddersfield .
The £3. 178. 103d. Currency Gentlemen
Letter from Mr.Henry Tepper, .
Agriculture, Manufactures, and Trade, by Mr. Doubleday,
The Execution at Bury-Remarks on
The Lace Trade at Nottingham-Distress of .
On Better Prices, Better Profits and Better Wages, No. XI.-Conclusion
Agriculture-Observations on the Cambridgeshire Address
Report of the Select Committee on Hand-Loom Weavers

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Aylesbury-Henry T. Rudge, Esq. Macclesfield-Mr. Swinnerton.
Belfast-E. Tennant, Esq. M.P. Malton-W. Worsley, Esq.
BeverleyT. Sandwith, Esq. Manchester-W. Clegg, Esq.
Birminghan-G. F. Muntz, Esq. NorthallertonThe Right Hon. the
Bolton--Mr. Thos. Myerscough. Earl of Tyrconnel.
Bury St. Edmund's-Richard Dalton, Nottingham--Mr. John Crosby.
Esq. i

Oldham-Mr. W. Pitton.
Carlisle-Mr. C. Thurnham. Pocklington—Major-Gen. Sir H. M.
Cambridge, Jas. B. Bernard, Fellow Vavasour, Bart.

of King's College, Cambridge. Richmond-O. Tomlin, Esq. Cowbridge— Richard Franklin, Esq. Ripon-D. Cayley, Esq. Darlington-Francis Mewburn, Esq. Scarborough-E. H. Hebden, Esq. Doncaster -Sir W. Cooke, Bart. Stockon-on-Tees-Thomas Meynell, Durham-H. J. Spearman, Esq.. Esq. EdinburghThe Rt. Hon. Sir John Swansca-Joseph Bird, Esq. Sinclair, Bart.

Tamworth-C. Holte Bracebridge, Huddersfield-Richard Oastler, Esq. Esq. HullJames Iveson, Esq. Warwick-Chandos Leigh, Esq. Knarestorough-Mr. John Howgate, Whitby – Dr. Loy. Leicester-Sir Edmund Hartopp, Bt. Worcester—R. Spooner, Esq. and Linlithgowshire-W. D. Gillon, Esq. J. M. Gutch, Esq. M.P.

York - Thomas Laycock, Esq.

Annual Subscriptions of £1. and Donations, to be paid into the Bank of MATTHIAS ATTWOOD, Esq., M.P., Gracechurch Street, London; or to the corresponding Members, or to Local Committees. Communications to be sent to the Secretary, post paid.

** The Names of Corresponding Members for other cities and Towns

throughout the Empire, will be added in our next Numher.

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