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INGERsoll (Jos. R.) Annual Discourse before the Philomathean Society of the University of Pennsylvania. (Am. Coll. vol. 32.) 8° Philadelphia, 1827.

INGLEFIELD (Captain) Narrative of the Loss of H. M. Ship the Centaur. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 103.) 8° London, 1783.

INsolvent Debtors. Inquiry into the merits and defects of Lord Redesdale's Bill for the relief of Insolvent Debtors. (Mack. Coll. vol. 2.) 8° London, 1814.

INsur ANCEs. An Essay to prove that all Insurances on Ships and Goods at Sea, beyond the interests of the Insured ought to be prohibited. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 43.) 89 London, 1747.

INTEREST. A Remonstrance of the nature and tendency of the Law now in force for the Reduction of Interest. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 46.) 8° London, 1751.

Thoughts on the Interest of Money in general, and particularly in the Publick Funds. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 46.) 8° London, 1751. INTERVENTION and its Fruits; a Letter to Lord Palmerston. (Ath. Coll. vol. 162.) 8° London, 1841. INvAsion. Opinions of Lords Burleigh, Essex, &c., &c., on the alarm of an Invasion from Spain in 1596, and on the Measures proper to be taken. (Mack. Coll. vol. 6.) 89 London. Ion IAN Isles. Considerazioni sullo Scioglimento del v1. Parlamento Ionio, da un Membro del Parlamento medesimo. (Ath. Coll. vol. 131.) 8° London, 1840.

Remarks on the Dissolution of the 6th Parliament of the Ionian Islands.

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(Union Coll. vol. 3.) So Dublin, 1799. The Case of Ireland reconsidered, in Answer to “Arguments for and against an Union considered.” (Union Coll. vol. 4.) 8° London, 1800. Strictures on the Union betwixt Great Britain and Ireland. (Union Coll. vol. 2.) 82 Dublin, 1798. The Friends of an Union the Enemies of Ireland. (Union Coll. vol. 4.) 89 Cork, 1798. Union or Not? by an Orangeman. (Union Coll. vol. 2.) 89 Dublin, 1799. The probable consequences of an Union impartially considered. (Union Coll. vol. 2.) 8° Dublin, 1799. Calm Considerations on the probable consequences of an Union of Ireland with Great Britain. (Union Coll. vol. 3.) 8° Dublin, 1799. Ireland Profiting by Example; or, the Question, whether Scotland has gained or lost by an Union with England, fairly discussed. (Union Coll. vol. 3.) 89 Dublin, 1799. Free Thoughts on the Misconception of the superiority of Natural Advantages possessed by this country over England. (Union Coll. vol. 4.) 8° Dublin, 1799. The Melancholy consequences of an Union displayed, in a series of Letters to the Lord Chancellor of Ireland, by Marcus Curtius. (Union Coll. vol. 4.) 8° London, 1799. The Commercial System of Ireland reviewed, and the question of Union discussed. (Union Coll. vol. 3.) 8° Dublin, 1799. Letters on the subject of the Union, addressed to Messrs. Saurin and Jebb, in which Mr. Jebb's “Reply” is considered. (Union Coll. vol. 3.) 8° Dublin, 1799. Unconnected Hints and loose Ideas upon the Union, with two Propositions. (Union Coll. vol. 2.) 8° Dublin, 1799. - — A Loyal Subject's Thoughts on an Union between Great Britain and Ireland. (Union Coll. vol. 3.) 8° Dublin, 1799. A few Thoughts on an Union; with some Observations on Mr. Weld's “No Union,” addressed to the Yeomanry of Dublin. (Union Coll. vol. 3.) 8° Dublin, 1799. More Thoughts on an Union. (Union Coll. vol. 3.) 8° Dublin, 1799. Letter from a retired Barrister in London to a practising Barrister in Dublin, on an Union. (Union Coll. vol. 3.) 8° Dublin, 1799. A short Address to the People of Ireland on the subject of an Union. (Union Coll. vol. 4.) 89 Dublin, 1799. Two Letters to the Electors of Ireland, on the projected measure of an Union; with some friendly hints to the Borough Patrons of Ireland. (Union Coll. vol. 4.) 8° Dublin, 1799. Keep up your Spirits; or, Huzza for the Empire 11 being a fair Argumentative Defence of an Union. (Union Coll. vol. 2.) 8° Dublin, 1799. — Cease your Funning; or, the Rebel detected. (Union Coll, vol. 1.) 8° Dublin, 1799. IRELAND. An Impartial View of the Causes leading this Country to the necessity of an Union; a Reply to “Cease your Funning,” and Mr. Jebb. (Union Coll. vol. 2.) So Dublin, 1799. A Demonstration of the necessity of a Legislative Union of Great Britain and Ireland, involving a Refutation of every Argument which has been or can be urged against that Measure. (Union Coll. vol. 3.) 8° Dublin, 1799. Necessity of an Incorporated Union between Great Britain and Ireland proved; with a Sketch of the principles on which it ought to be formed. (Union Coll. vol. 4.) 8° Dublin, 1799. An Argument for Independence, in opposition to an Union. (Union Coll. vol. 3.) 8° Dublin, 1799. Proofs rise on Proofs that the Union is totally incompatible with the Rights of the Ancient, Self-Legislative and Independent Kingdom of Ireland. (Union Coll. vol. 3.) 8° Dublin, 1799. English Union is Ireland's Ruin or, an Address to the Irish Nation. (Union Coll. vol. 4.) 8° Dublin, 1799. No Flinching; or, a persevering Opposition to the measure of an Incorporate Union strongly recommended. (Union Coll. vol. 5.) 8° Dublin, 1799. A Letter to the People of Ireland, which they all can understand, and ought to read. (Union Coll. vol. 5.) 8° Dublin, 1799. Considerations upon the state of Public Affairs in Ireland. (Union Coll. vol. 5.) 8° Dublin, 1799. An Address to the Roman Catholics of Ireland, on the conduct they should pursue on the subject of the Union. (Union Coll. vol. 2.) so Dublin, 1799. Impartial Remarks on the subject of an Union, in answer to arguments in favour of that measure; in which the sentiments of the Catholic Body are vindicated; with a Reply to Theobald Mac Kenna's Memoir. (Union Coll. vol. 3.) 89 Dublin, 1799. Legal Arguments, occasioned by the project of an Union between Great Britain and Ireland, on the exclusion of the Roman Catholic Nobility and Gentry of both kingdoms from Parliament. (Union Coll. vol. 5.) 8° Dublin, 1799. The Measure of an incorporate Legislative Union considered with reference to the adjustment of 1782; with a Modifying Proposition. (Union Coll. vol. 7.) 8° Dublin, 1799. Report of the Debate of the Irish Bar, December 9, 1798, on the Union of the Legislatures of Great Britain and Ireland. (Union Coll. vol. 1.) so Dublin, 1799. 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A Proposal for uniting the Kingdoms of Great Britain and Ireland. (M. Pitt
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Observations on the Doctrines of Sir William Blackstone respecting the ex-
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(M. Pitt Coll. vol. 92.) 8° London, 1779.
A View of the Present State of Ireland. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 97.) 8° Lond. 1780.
Thoughts on the Mutiny Bill, and the Legislative Independence of Ireland.
(M. Pitt Coll. vol. 98.) 8° London, 1781.
The Resolutions of England and Ireland, relative to a Commercial Inter-
course. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 114.) 8° London, 1785.
The Commercial Resolutions of the Irish Parliament vindicated. (M. Pitt
Coll. vol. 114.) 8° London, 1785.
Reply to the Treasury Pamphlet, “The proposed System of Trade with Ire-
land explained;” with an Answer. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 114.) 8° London, 1785.
View of the Proposals for the adjustment of the Commercial System of Great
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The Arrangements with Ireland considered. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 1 14.) 8°
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IRELAND. Report of the Debate in the House of Commons of Ireland, Feb. 14, 1800, on
the subject of a Legislative Union with Great Britain, and the Reply of Henry
Grattan. (Union Coll. vol. 8.) 8° Dublin, 1800.
Irish Independence; or, the Policy of Union. (Union Coll. vol. 7.) 8°
Dublin, 1800.
A Letter from Rusticus, to a young Member of the Irish House of Commons.
(Union Coll. vol. 7.) 8° Cork, 1800.
A Hint to the Inhabitants of Ireland, by a Native. (Union Coll. vol. 7.) 8°
Dublin, 1800.
A few Observations, accounting for the apparent Apathy that has prevailed on
the Question of Union. (Union Coll. vol. 7.) 8° Dublin, 1800.
An Exposition of the principal Terms of Union, and its probable effects on
Ireland. (Union Coll. vol. 8.) 8° Dublin, 1800.
An Argument addressed to the Yeomanry of Ireland, demonstrating the
Right, the Propriety, the Utility, and the Obligation, of declaring their sentiments
on Political Subjects. (Union Coll. vol. 7.) 8° Dublin, 1800.
An Appeal to the Loyal Citizens of Dublin, by a Freeman of Dublin. (Union
Coll. vol. 8.) 8° Dublin, 1800.
A Narrative of what passed at Killala, and the parts adjacent, during the
French Invasion of 1798. (Nasm. Coll. vol. 33.) 8° London, 1800.
A Word for Political Protestantism; or, Comparison of Protestantism and
Popery. (Ath. Coll. vol. 5.) 8° London, 1832.
Scriptural Education in Ireland, Report of the Great Protestant Meeting at
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Report of the twenty-first annual Meeting of the Society for Promoting the Education of the Poor in Ireland. (Ath. Coll. vol. 36.) 8° Dublin, 1833. Animadversions on the conflicting Interests of the Churches in Ireland. (Misc. Coll. vol. 3.) 8° London, 1834. Prospectus of a Joint Stock Company for the Improvement of Ireland. (Ath. Coll. vol. 47.) 8° London, 1834. A Letter to D. O'Connell, on the Question of a Repeal of the Union. (Ath. Coll. vol. 51.) 8° London, 1834. The Source of her Troubles: The Policy required. (Ath. Coll. vol. 54.) 8° London, 1835. —— Letters on Irish Affairs, published in the Dublin Morning Register. (Ath. Coll. vol. 64.) 8° London, 1836. View of the state of Pauperism in Ireland, its evils and its remedies. (Ath. Coll. vol. 63.) 8° London, 1836. Statement of the Persecutions of certain Tory Landlords in Carlow. (Ath. Coll. vol. 64.) 8° London, 1836. —— Ireland under Lord Mulgrave. (Ath. Coll. vol. 64.) So London, 1837. Truth to Ireland, by an Agitator. (Ath. Coll. vol. 64.) 80 Dublin, 1837. Letter to Lord Lyndhurst, on the appointment of Sheriffs under Earl Mulgrave. (Ath. Coll. vol. 98.) 8° London, 1838. A summary Digest of the Evidence, taken before a Select Committee of the House of Lords, on the state of Ireland, in respect of Crime, as relating to the Ribbon Society. (Ath. Coll. vol. 134.) 8° London, 1839. The Irish Municipal Corporation Bill; a few Words in Time, on the subject of Reformed Corporations, and of their powers of taxation. (Ath. Coll. Vol. 108) 8° London, 1839. Her Church and her People. (Ath. Coll, vol. 146.) 8° London, 1841.

IRELAND. Remarks on Lord Morpeth's Bill for Extending the Qualification of Voters in Ireland. (Ath. Coll. vol. 151.) 8° London, 1841. What will the Irish Lords do? a Letter to Lord Listowel. (Ath. Coll. vol. 146.) 8° London, 1841. Its Ecclesiastical state considered with reference to its present troubles. (Ath. Coll. vol. 174.) 8° London, 1844. Remarks by a Junior to his Senior on the state of Ireland, and the Measures for its improvement. (Ath. Coll. vol. 173.) 8° London, 1844. How is Ireland to be governed 2 (Ath. Coll. vol. 173.) 8° London, 1844.

Report of the Committee of the Repeal Association, appointed to inquire into the state of Joint Stock Banking in Ireland;—Quarterly Report of the Arbitration Committee;—Report of the Sub-Committee on the Borough Franchise;—On the Fiscal relations between Great Britain and Ireland. (Ath. Coll. vol. 174.) 8° Dublin, 1844. Suggestions for checking the Repeal Association. (Ath. Coll. vol. 174.) 8° London, 1844. see Railways. IRELAND (Edmund S.) Reflections on the political state of the Church. (Ath. Coll. vol. 68.) 8° London, 1837. IRISH Poor. Remarks on the application of the Workhouse System to the Irish Poor. (Ath. Coll. vol. 174.) 8° London, 1844. IRISH TitHEs. Irish Tithe System; Substance of a Speech, in which a remedy is suggested. (Ath. Coll. vol. 5.) 8° London, 1832. — Tithe Bill. “The Heavy Blow, and Great Discouragement of Protestantism:” Correspondence of Lord Melbourne and the Bishop of Exeter, &c., on the Irish Tithe Bill. (Ath. Coll. vol. 90.) 8° London, 1838. IRoN. The Interest of Great Britain in supplying herself with Iron, considered. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 46.) 8° London, 1750. The case of the Importation of Bar-Iron from our own Colonies of North America. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 50.) 8° London, 1756. Mask.-see Gibson. IRVING (David) Observations on the Study of the Civil Law. (Mack. Coll. vol. 9.) 8° Edinburgh, 1815. ITALIAN Opera, in 1839; its latest improvements and existing defects impartially considered. (Misc. Coll. vol. 4.) 12° London, 1840.

JAck CADE. Is Jack Cade Coming? A Question considered by the Age Newspaper, June 10, 1838. (Ath. Coll. vol. 98.) 8° London, 1838. JAckson (John) Thoughts on the Causes of the Delay of the Westminster Scrutiny. (M. Pitt Coll, vol. 112.) 8° London, 1784. (General) Reflections on his Character and public Services, and his qualifications for the Presidency; with general Remarks, by a Native American. (Am. Coll. vol. 24.) 8° New York, 1828. An impartial and true History of his Life and Services. (Am. Coll. vol. 24.) 12° Washington, 1827. see Brown, and Wyoming. (Major B.) England and Russia; the Navy and Steam Warfare. (Ath. Coll. vol. 105.) 8° London, 1839. (Colonel) On Engineering Education. (Ath. Coll. vol. 142.) 8° London, 1840. (Thomas) The Church and the Methodists; the Principles and Conduct of Mr. Wesley, in regard to the Church. (Ath. Coll. vol. 61.) 8° London, 1834. see Maw. JAMAICA. State of Law and Manners in Jamaica illustrated. (Slavery Coll. vol. 6.) 8° London, 1829.

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