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CLINch (Captain T.) On the propriety of erecting a Breakwater at the Isle of Portland. (Ath. Coll. vol. 166.) 8° Portsmouth, 1843.

CLINToN (Lieut. Sir H.) Narrative of his conduct in North America; with Appendix of Letters. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 105.) 8° London, 1783.

(De Witt) Message to the Legislature of the State of New York, Jan. 1, 1828. (Am. Coll. vol. 17.) 8° Albany, 1828.

Close (Francis) National Education and Lord Brougham's Bill considered. (Ath. Coll. vol. 92.) 8° Cheltenham, 1838. see Arnold.

[CLUBBE (John)] A Letter of Free Advice to a Young Clergyman. (Nasm. Coll. vol. 5.) 8° Ipswich, 1765.

CoAL Tar and Warnish (Account of the Qualities and Uses of); with certificates from Ship Masters. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 114.) 8° London, 1785.

CoALs. Observations on the proposed Duties on the Exportation of Coals. (Ath. Coll. vol. 168.) 8° London, 1842.

CoBBETT (William) Gridiron, written to warn Farmers of their danger, &c. (Misc. Coll. vol. 7.) 8° London, 1822. Life by himself. (Mack Col. vol. 7.) 8° London, 1809. CochRAN (Life of Sir Robert) Prime Minister to James IIL of Scotland. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 23.) 8° London, 1734. CochRANE (Lord)—see Mackenrot. (A. B.) Exeter Hall; or, Church Polemics. (Ath. Coll. vol. 156.) so London, 1841. (Admiral Sir A. F.)—see Mackenrot. (Charles Stuart) The Great Week in Paris; with considerations moral and political. (Ath. Coll. vol. 7.) 8° Paris, 1830. (Captain Sir T. J.)—see Mackenrot. Cock (S.) Examination of the Report of the Bullion Committee. (Bullion Coll. vol. 1.) 89 London, 1810. Cockburn (Sir George)—see Washington. (Robert) Remarks on prevailing Errors respecting Currency and Banking. (Ath. Coll. vol. 176.) 8° London, 1844. (William) Letter to Professor Buckland, concerning the Origin of the World. (Ath. Coll. vol. 101.) 8° London, 1838. Remarks on the Geological Lectures of F. J. Francis. (Ath. Coll. vol. 117.) 89 London, 1839. A Remonstrance upon the Dangers of Peripatetic Philosophy. (Ath. Coll. vol. 101.) 8° London, 1838. Remonstrance to the Duke of Northumberland, upon the Evils produced by the British Association of Peripatetic Philosophers. (Ath. Coll. vol. 142.) 89 London, 1840. CooDINGTON (Henry) On the Improvement of the Microscope. (Misc. Coll. vol. 2.) 49 Cambridge, 1830. CoLE (Henry) Letters on the conduct of Charles P. Cooper, Esq., Secretary, and on the general management of the Record Commission. (Ath. Coll. vol. 79.) 8° London, 1836. CoLERIDGE (S. T.) Remorse; a Tragedy. (Mack. Coll. vol. 7.) 8° London, 1813. CoLEs (John) Observations on the Civil Disabilities of the British Jews. (Ath. Coll. vol. 49.) 8° London, 1834. CoLLIER (J.P.) Reasons for a new edition of Shakespeare's Works. (Ath. Coll. vols. 153 and 164.) 8° London, 1841. A. Mac Chaff's Letter to the Editor of the Glasgow Argus, on J. P. Collier's new edition of Shakespeare. (Ath. Coll. vol. 164.) 8° London, 1842.

CoLLIs (John) An Address to the People of Ireland, on the projected Union. (Union Coll. vol. 4.) 8° Dublin, 1799.

CoLMAN (G.) The English Merchant; a Comedy. (Nasm. Coll. vol. 18.) 8° London, 1767. The Man of Business; a Comedy. (Nasm. Coll. vol. 27.) 8° London, 1774. and D. Garrick. The Clandestine Marriage; a Comedy. (Nasm. Coll. vol. 14.) 8° London, 1766. CoLogNE (Archbishop of) Exposé de la Conduite du Gouvernement Prussien envers l'Archevêque de Cologne. (Ath. Coll. vol. 93.) 8° Paris, 1838. CoLoxibia. The present prospects of Colombia and Venezuela. (Ath. Coll. vol. 162.) 8° London, 1842. CoLoRIAL Society; Rules and Regulations, with a List of the Members. (Ath. Coll. vol. 96.) 8° London, 1837. CoLoRIEs. The Courses pursued by Great Britain in the Affairs of her Colonies; with CoMMUNITIEs. Essay on Nature and Providence to Communities. (Ath. Coll. vol. 41.) 8° London, 1830. CoNFUsion worse Confounded. (Nasm. Coll. vol. 28.) 8° London, 1772. CoNGREss (The) of the Beasts; a [Political] Farce. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 43.) So London, 1748. CoNINgsby. Strictures on Coningsby; or, the New Generation, by B. D'Israeli. (Ath. Coll. vol. 184.) 8° London, 1844. CoNNECTIcut. The Comptroller's Report of the Finances of the State of Connecticut; Governor Tomlinson's Message; with Register for 1828. (Am. Coll. vol. 44.) 80 and 120 Hartford, 1828. Society for the Relief of the Insane, the Institution located at Hartford, in Connecticut. (Am. Coll. vol. 38.) 8° Hartford, 1823. Report of the Directors of the Connecticut Retreat for the Insane. (Am. Coll. vol. 26.) 8° Hartford, 1827. Report of the Committee appointed by the Legislature of Connecticut to inspect the condition of Newgate Prison. (Am. Coll. vol. 27.) 8° Hartford, 1825. Report of the Directors and Warden of the Connecticut State Prison, in 1828. (Am. Coll. vol. 27.) 8° New Haven, 1828. CoNservative. Why am I a Conservative? Addressed to the Electors of the United Kingdom. (Ath. Coll. vol. 97.) 8° London, 1837. Earnest Appeal to the Aristocracy, Middle and Operative Classes, by a Conservative. (Ath. Coll. vol. 144.) 8° London, 1840. Reform, the Principles and Policy of the Peel Administration. (Ath. Coll. vol. 54.) 8° London, 1835. and Destructives; or Mob Force considered and illustrated. (Ath. Coll. vol. 30.) 8° London, 1832. CoNSIDERATIONs on the state of the Nation; with two Letters relating to the Wellington and Nelson Tribute. (Ath. Coll. vol. 106.) 8° London, 1839. CoNspirATors (The); or, the Case of Catiline. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 18.) Two parts. 8° London, 1721. CoNSTANT (Benjamin de) De la Liberté des Brochures, des Pamphlets, et des Journaux, considérée sous le rapport de l'intérêt du Gouvernement. (Mack. Coll. vol. 16.) 89 Paris, 1814. see Marignie. Constitution (The); with an Address to a Great Man. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 52.) So London, 1757. An Essay on the Constitution of England. (Nasm. Coll. vol. 7, and M. Pitt Coll. vol. 63.) 8° London, 1765. Speech in behalf of the Constitution, against the Suspending and Dispensing Prerogative, &c. (Nasm. Coll. vol. 15.) So London, 1767. CoNvocation. The Prolocutor's Answer to a Letter from a Member of the Lower House of Convocation. (Bangor. Coll. vol. 4.) 8° London, 1718. Letter on its right to Tax the Clergy for the service of the Church. (Ath. Coll. vol. 60.) 8° London, 1835. sCoNw AY (General)] A Counter-Address to the Public, on the late Dismission of a General Officer. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 61.) 8° London, 1764.

Observations on the Settlements in America and the Trade thereof. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 48.) 8° London, 1755.

The Interest of Great Britain considered with regard to her Colonies, and the acquisitions of Canada and Guadaloupe. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 59.) 8° London, 1760.

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An Essay on the Nature of Colonies, and the conduct of the Mother-Country towards them. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 78.) 8° London, 1775. A Candid Examination of the mutual Claims of Great Britain and the Colonies; with a Plan of Accommodation. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 79.) so New York, 1775.

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present Crisis. (Ath. Coll. vol. 147.) 8° London, 1841.

Cook (George) Memorial submitted to Her Majesty's government, with improvements, annotations, and strictures. (Ath. Coll. vol. 186.) 8° London, 1844.

CookE (Charles Turner) On the efficacy of White Mustard Seed, in augmenting the beneficial use of the Cheltenham Waters. (Ath. Coll, vol. 11.) 8° Gloucester, 1826.

(Edward) Suggestions on putting an end to all Private Trusts, and for the Establishment of a General Court of Trusts. (Ath, Coll. vol. 180.) So London, 1844.

CookE (Layton) Observations on the Duties on Foreign Corn, and Suggestions for
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Cooper (Charles Purton)—see Cole.
(Thomas) Two Essays: on the Foundation of Civil Government; and on
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(W. W.) An Introductory Lecture, delivered at the North London Ophthalmic
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CoPLEston (Bishop) Who are the Persons authorized to preach the Gospel? A Ser-
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Separation, either a Duty or a Sin; a Sermon. (Sermons, vol. 3.) 8°
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False Liberality, and the Power of the Keys; two Sermons, with a Pastoral
Address on Roman-catholic Errors. (Sermons, vol. 3.) 8° London, 1841.
Church Discipline and National Education; a Charge, delivered to the
Clergy of the Diocese of Llandaff, in 1839. (Charges, vol. 2.) 8° London, 1839.
A Charge, delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Llandaff, in 1842.
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CopyRIGHT. Areopagitica Secunda; or, Speech of the Shade of John Milton, on
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A Few Words on the Copyright Question, shewing it to be one of public
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CoRAN.—see Carling.
CoRN (Cheap) best for Farmers, proved in a Letter to G. H. Sumner, Esq. (Curr.
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CoRN LAws. Report of the late important Discussion in the Manchester Chamber of Commerce, on the destructive effects of the Corn Laws upon the Trade and Manufactures of the Country. (Ath. Coll. vol. 114.) 8° London, 1839.

An Appeal to the Tradesmen of Great Britain on Cheap Food, and Brisk Trade. (Corn L. Coll. vol. 4.) 8° London, 1841. Letters, and Extracts from Letters, on the Corn Laws and on the Rights of the Working Classes. (Corn L. Coll. vol. 4.) 8° London, 1841. Past Performance and Present Promises, Liberals v. Tories. (Corn L. Coll. vol. 4.) 8° London, 1841.

Ruinous Prices periodically produced by the Sliding Scale. (Corn L. Coll. vol. 4.) 8° London, 1841. The Farmer uninjured by Foreign Competition. (Corn L. Coll. vol. 4.) So London, 1841. Exorbitant Rents the true cause of Agricultural Distress. (Corn L. Coll. vol. 4.) 8° London, 1841. Letter to B. W. Noel, containing some Remarks on his Pamphlet entitled “A Plea for the Poor.” (Corn L. Coll. vol. 4.) 8° London, 1841.

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