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LORD, BROUGHAM,

Baron Brouchan

ON

POLITICS, THEOLOGY, LAW, SCIENCE,
EDUCATION, LITERATURE,

&c., &c.

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PARIS,
BAUDRY'S EUROPEAN LIBRARY,
3, QUAI MALAQUAIS, NEAR THE PONT DES ARTS,

AND STASSIN & XAVIER, RUE DU COQ, NEAR THE LOUVRE.

SOLD ALSO BY AMYOT, RUE DE LA PAIX; TRUCHY, BOULEVARD DES ITALIENS ;
BROCKHAUS AND AVENARIUS, RUE RICHELIEU; LEOP('LD MICHELSEN, LEIPZIC;

AND BY ALL THE PRINCIPAL BOOKSELLERS ON THE CONTINENT.

1841.

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INDEX.

A.

Bishopric and Clergy of Durham, 295.

Bishops at a discount in Scotland, 295.
ĀBOLITION of useless places, 56, 250.

Exposition of the 39 articles, 187.
Act, repeal of, 272.

perjury of, 186.
Imprisonment for debt, 279. Black, the celebrated chemist, 307.
Act. Habeas Corpys, rule for its suspension, Compared with Newton, 309.
124.

Britain, a réfuge for the persecuted, 50.
Administration, tyranny of Castlereagh's, 67. British government neglecting Ireland, 176.

Reason for supporting Mr. Bourbons, their restoration, 53.
Canning's, 202.

Brougham, his consistency demonstrated,28%.
Advocate, his duty to his client, 107.

Opening speech of the Queen's
Agricultural distress, causes of, 35.

trial, 106.
Commerce during the war, 35. Buonaparte, opinion of his detention, 33.
- and mercantile interest, 60.

the enemy of Europe and France,
Agriculturists, national distress of, 124. 68.
Effects of taxation on, 125.

and the Holy Alliance, 141.
Air, important facts relating to, 348.

opinion of his character, 294.
Alexander, the Emperor, 137.

Lucien, 66.
Algernon Sydney, 169.
Algebra, use of, 341.

C.
Alien Act, unconstitutional, 49.
Alliance, the holy, its crimes, &c. 135, 138, Canning, his mode of debating, 67.
141.

Foreign policy liberal, 145.
Allied sovereigns of Europe, the, 159.

Administration, reasons for sup-
Enemies of freedom, 143.

porting, 202.
America, jealousy of, 31.

Sacrifices to support, 204.
South, a field for commerce,

60.

Opinion of, 224.
Opinion of, 75.

Canterbury, Lord, opinion of, 92.
The first settlers in, 304.

Catholic association, power of, 177.
Deficient in literature, 304.

Apology for the violence of, 180.
American fanaticism, 304.

Clergy, provision for, 186.
Anarchy, as affecting the lower classes, 242.

Church, persecution not confined
Ancieats, their oratory, 324.
Animals, nature of the foot of some, 351.

Claims, warning to them who op-
Annual parliaments, 55.
Appropriation principle, 260.

Church, danger of its ascendancy,
Army, a large standing, 69.

261.
Arrest, law of, 225.

Catholics, unanimity of, 182.
Articles, bishop's exposition of, 187. Character of Mr. Ponsonby, 71.
- subscription to the, 255.

Jeremy Bentham, 77.
Artisans, condition of, at Birmingham, 59.

Mr. Wynn. 84.
Association, power of the Catholic, 177.

Lord Eldon, 82.
Violence of the Catholic, 180.

Mr. Owen, 91.
Astronomy and navigation, 348.

Mr. Hume, 128.
Atheists and Deists admitted to parliament,

of the late Speaker, 92,
252.

of Frederick of Prussia, 139.
A thenians, their eloquence, 324.

Mr. Macauley, 151.
Attorneys' opposition to law reform. 236.

Mr..Grattan, 154
Austrian government, tyranny of, 162.

Mr. Warburton, 157.
Conduct of, to the Poles, 53.

Malthus, 265.

Ferdinand of Spain, 163.
B.

Mr. Chadwick, 265.

Mr. Pitt, 294.
Bacchanalian festivity, 258.

Sir R. Feel, 204.
Bacon, the principle of his philosophy, 360.

Lord Lyndhurst, 279.
Ballot, vote by, 241.

Chancery, the eternal gates of, 76.
Bank of England, its dangerous influence, 59.

Pleasures of getting in, 80.
Monopoly of, 194.

the court of, a nuisance, 152.
Bentham, Jeremy, his refinements ridi-

Mr. Taylor's efforts to reform, 191.
culous, 315.

Lord Eldon's aversion to reform,
and Montesquieu compared, 316.

196.
his mode of reasoning, 317.

Commission, Lord Eldon's ma-
Bergami, history of, 118.

nagement of, 199.

to, 187.

pose, 185.

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