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PAINE (Thomas) Letter to the Earl of Shelburne, on his Speech respecting American Independence. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 107.) 8° London, 1783. Thoughts on the Peace, and Advantages thereof to the United States of America. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 107.) 8° London, 1783. — Rights of Man, in answer to Mr. Burke's attack on the French Revolution, with Part 2, combining Principle with Practice. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 129.) 8° Lond. 1791. A Letter to Mr. William Rose, on Paine's Rights of Man. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 127.) 8° London, 1791. A Protest against the “Rights of Man,” addressed to the Members of a Book Society. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 127.) 8° London, 1792. An Answer to the Second Part of the Rights of Man. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 127.) 8° London, 1792. PALGRAve (Sir Francis) Letter to the Right Hon. T. Spring Rice, on the means of reconciling Reform to the opinions of the different orders of the Community. (Ath. Coll. vol. 18.) 8° London, 1831. Review of the Principles of the Copyholds Enfranchisement Bill. (Misc. Coll. vol. 9.) 8° London, 1840. see Hardy, and Nicolas. PALLISER (Sir Hugh)—see Keppel. PALMER (John)—see Post Office. (John) The Insanity of the Sensualist; a Sermon. (Nasm. Coll. vol. 11.) 8° London, 1766. On the Influence of Company; a Sermon. (Nasm. Coll. vol. 20.) 8° London, 1769. (J. Horsley) The Causes and Consequences of the Pressure upon the Money Market. (Ath. Coll. vol. 69.) 8° London, 1837. see Knowles, and Loyd. — (Roundell) Letter to, in Answer to the Principal Statements in his Letter to Lord Ashley, by a Clergyman. (Tract. Controv. vol. 10.) 8° London, 1842. (William, of Worcester College) Remarks on Dr. Arnold's Principles of Church Reform. (Ath. Coll. vol. 31.) 8° London, 1833. An Examination of Rev. R. W. Sibthorp's Reasons for his Secession from the Church; with Supplement. (Tract. Controv. vol. 3.) 8° Oxford, 1842. Eight Letters to N. Wiseman, D.D., on the Errors of Romanism. (Tract. Controv. vol. 2.) 8° Oxford, 1842. Narrative of Events connected with the “Tracts for the Times;” with reflections on existing tendencies to Romanism, &c. &c. (Tract. Controv. vol. 11.) 8° London, 1843. see Verax, and Wiseman. (William, of Magdalen College) Aids to Reflection, on the seemingly Double Character of the Established Church. (Tract. Controv. vol. 3.) 8° Oxford, 1841. A Letter to Rev. C. P. Golightly, on his charging certain Members of the University of Oxford with the propagation of Popery. (Tract. Controv. vol. 3.) 8° Oxford, 1841. Letter to Dr. Hampden. (Tract. Controv. vol. 3.) 8° Oxford, 1842. A Letter to a Protestant - Catholic. (Tract. Controv. vol. 3.) 8° Oxford, 1842. -see Maurice. PALMERston (Lord) The Quadruple Alliance; a Speech on the Civil War in Spain. (Ath. Coll. vol. 93.) 8° London, 1837. PANAMA. Original Papers, relating to the Expedition to Panama. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 39.) 8° London, 1744. PAPER DUTIEs. Observations on the practical Operation of the Duties on Paper. (Ath. Coll. vol. 71.) 8° London, 1836.

Papists. An Enquiry how far Papists ought to be here treated as Good Subjects. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 42.) 8° London, 1746.

PAPPAFFY (– of Malta) Memorandum respecting the Corn Duties of England, and its
Grain Trade with the Mediterranean. (Ath. Coll. vol. 114.) 8° London, 1839.
PARIsh Settlements and Pauperism. (Ath. Coll. vol. 34.) 8° London, 1828.
PARIsh (H. H.) England in 1839; with particular reference to her Naval and
Diplomatic Position. (Ath. Coll. vol. 106.) 8° London, 1839.
PARKER (George) Second Letter to Earl Fitzwilliam, containing Remarks on his
Address to the Landowners. (Ath. Coll. vol. 81.) 8° London, 1835.
(John) Address to the Electors of the Borough of Sheffield. (Ath. Coll.
vol. 53.) 8° Sheffield, 1834.
Substance of an Essay on the Study of History. (Ath. Coll. vols. 56 and 77.)
8° Sheffield, 1835.
(T. N.) On the Construction of Turnpike Gates and Turn-Wickets. (Ath.
Coll. vol. 20.) 8° Oswestry, 1816.
Cottage Economy and Mansion Economy. (Misc. Coll. vol. 1.) 12° Shrews-
bury, 1824.
Parks and Palaces. Hints and observations respecting the Parks and Palaces.
(Ath. Coll. vol. 24.) 8° London, 1829.
PARLIAMENT. The Last Will and Testament of an Old Deceased Parliament. (M.
Pitt Coll. vol. 19.) 4° London, 1722.
History of the late Septennial Parliament. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 19.) so
London, 1722.
The Danger of Mercenary Parliaments. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 19.) so
London, 1722.
Address to the Knights, Citizens, and Burgesses elected to Parliament. (M.
Pitt Coll. vol. 23.) 8° London, 1734.
Historical Account of the last House of Commons. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 23.)
89 London, 1734.
Remarks on the Topics of Conversation at the Meeting of Parliament. (M.
Pitt Coll. vol. 24.) 8° London, 1735.
Remarks addressed to the Knights, &c. of Parliament. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 25.)
8° London, 1736.
Inquiry into the fitness of attending Parliament. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 27.) so
London, 1739.
Necessity of continuing the present Parliament during the War with Spain.
(M. Pitt Coll. vol. 29.) 8° London, 1740.
Vindication of the Honour and Privileges of the Commons. (M. Pitt Coll.
vol. 30.) 8° London, 1741.
Critical History of the last important Sessions of Parliament, which probably
put a period to B–sh Liberty. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 33.) So London, 1742.
Three Letters to Members of the present Parliament; with a Discourse on
Kings and Ministers of State. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 53.) So London, 1747.
A Collection of Cases and Records concerning Privilege of Parliament. (M.
Pitt Coll, vol. 61.) 8° London, 1764.
An Address to the People of Great Britain on the Meeting of Parliament.
(M. Pitt Coll. vol. 93.) 8° London, 1779.

Report of the Debates in both Houses on the Articles of Peace. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 106.) 8° London, 1783.

A Dialogue on the actual state of Parliament. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 105.) so London, 1783.

Serious Reflections on a Dissolution of Parliament, by an Elector. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 110.) 8° London, 1784.

PARLIAMENT. The Law of Parliament in the present situation of Great Britain considered. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 123.) 8° London, 1788.

A Review of the Principles and Proceedings of the Parliament of 1784. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 131.) 8° London, 1792.

Remarks on the Report of the Select Committee on the Publication of Printed Papers. (Ath. Coll. vol. 86.) 8° London, 1837. The Prospects of Art in the future Parliament House. (Ath. Coll. vol. 56.) 8° London, 1835. PARLIAMENTARY REForM. A Speech in the House of Commons, April 24, 1716, against the Repeal of the Triennial Act. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 19.) 8° London, 1722.

The Claims of the People of England for Annual Parliaments, &c. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 101.) 8° London, 1782.

Authentic Copy of the Duke of Richmond's Bill, for a Parliamentary Reform. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 106.) 8° London, 1783.

Information of the Constitutional Society, relative to Borough Representation. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 105.) 8° London, 1783.

Thoughts on Equal Representation. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 103.) 8° London, 1783.

Thoughts on a Reform in the Representation of the People in the Commons. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 103.) 8° London, 1783.

Collection of the Letters to the Volunteers of Ireland, on Parliamentary Reform. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 104.) 8° London, 1783.

Letter to William Pitt, on Parliamentary Representation, its Use and Abuse. (M. Pitt Coll, vol. 108.) 8° London, 1784.

Debate in the House of Commons on Mr. Pitt's Motion to bring in a Bill for Reform of Parliament. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 116.) 8° London, 1785.

Every Man his own Law-maker; or, Englishman's Guide to Parliamentary Reform. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 116.) 8° London, 1785.

The Idea of a Patriot Citizen; or, True Reform. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 116.) 8° London, 1785.

Letters to Lord John Russell, upon his Notice of Motion for a Reform of Parliament. (Curr. Coll. vol. 4.) 8° London, 1826. Letter to the King, on the present Crisis. (Ath. Coll. vol. 16.) 8° London, 1830. Letter to the Duke of Wellington, on the expediency of making Reform a Cabinet Measure (Ath. Coll. vol. 16.) 8° London, 1830. Thoughts on moderate Reform in the House of Commons. (Ath. Coll. vol. 16.) 8° London, 1830. Tory Union our only safeguard against Revolution. (Ath. Coll. vol. 16.) 8° London, 1830. Measures for the Session of 1831, including a Plan of Parliamentary Reform. (Ath. Coll. vol. 17.) 8° London, 1831. Bill for Parliamentary Reform, as proposed by the Marquess of Blandford, in February, 1830. (Ath. Coll. vol. 17.) 8° London, 1831. Question of Reform considered; with hints for a Plan. (Ath. Coll. vol. 16.) 8° London, 1831. Suggestions for combining an improved System of Taxation with a diffusion of the Elective Franchise. (Ath. Coll. vol. 17.) 8° London, 1831. Parliamentary Reform combined with an enlargement of Credit and diminution of the National Debt. (Ath. Coll. vol. 17.) 8° London, 1831. Considerations on the Reform Bill, by a Westminster Elector. (Ath. Coll. vol. 18.) 8° London, 1831.

The Reform Bill for England and Wales examined. (Ath. Coll. vol. 18.) 8° London, 1831.

PARLIAMENTARY REForM. Dissection of the Scottish Reform Bill. (Ath. Coll. vol.
17.) So London, 1831.
Report of the Speeches at the Meeting in George Street Assembly Room,
Edinburgh. (Ath. Coll. vol. 18.) 8° Edinburgh, 1831.
Letters to a Friend, on the Irish Reform Bill. (Ath. Coll. vol. 18.) 8°
London, 1831.
A View of the Representation of England, February, 1831. (Ath. Coll. vol.
17.) 8° London, 1831.
The Revolution of Thirty-one. (Ath. Coll. vol. 17.) 8° London, 1831.
Opinions on Reform, by the late Edmund Burke. (Ath. Coll. vol. 16.) 8°
London, 1831.
Extract from a Speech by George Canning, on Parliamentary Reform. (Ath.
Coll. vol. 17.) 8° Gloucester, 1831.
Letters of Anti-Radical, on Public Opinion, the Reform Question, &c. (Ath.
Coll. vol. 16.) 8° London, 1831.
A Statement of the Arguments against Reform; with the Answers. (Ath.
Coll. vol. 17.) 8° London, 1831.
To the Anti-Reformers. (Ath. Coll. vol. 17.) 8° London, 1831.
Two Letters on the State of Public Affairs, from a Member of Parliament.
(Ath. Coll. vol. 16.) 8° London, 1831.
First Epistle of Paulus Apollos to Viscount Althorp, on Parliamentary Re-
form. (Ath. Coll. vol. 17.) 8° London, 1831.
Reply to a Pamphlet, entitled Speech of Lord Brougham. (Ath. Coll. vol. 16.)
8° London, 1831.
Letter to the Duke of Wellington, on the Question of Reform. (Ath. Coll.
vol. 18.) 8° London, 1831.
What can be done? Letter to Sir R. Peel, on the Reform Question. (Ath.
Coll. vol. 18.) 3° London, 1831.
Letter to the Right Hon. the Earl of Minto. (Ath. Coll. vol. 16.) So Edin-
burgh, 1831.
Friendly Advice, submitted to the Lords, on the Reform Bill. (Ath. Coll. vol.
16.) 8° London, 1831.
Observations on a Pamphlet entitled “Friendly Advice to the Lords, &c.”
(Ath. Coll. vol. 16.) 8° London, 1831.
Letter to Lord Milton, on the Rejection of the Reform Bill by the Lords.
(Ath. Coll. vol. 18.) 8° London, 1831.
Second Part of What will the Lords do 2 (Ath. Coll. vol. 18.) So London, 1831.
— What will become of the Lords? (Ath. Coll. vol. 30.) 8° London, 1832.
One more Appeal to the Peers on the Present Crisis. (Ath. Coll. vol. 19.)
89 London, 1832. -
Practical Suggestions for the Internal Reform of the House of Commons.
(Ath. Coll. vol. 22.) 8° London, 1832.
Two Letters to Lord J. Russell, on the Classification of Boroughs. (Ath. Coll.
vol. 19.) 3° London, 1832.
Remarks on the Second Session of the Reformed Parliament, occasioned by an
Article in the Edinburgh Review, on “Tory Proceedings” and the “State of
Parties.” (Ath. Coll. vol. 48.) 8° London, 1834.
The King's Ministers, in 1798 and in 1836, being a Letter to the Reform
Registry Association in Dublin. (Ath. Coll. vol. 71.) 8° London, 1836.
Domestic Prospects of the Country under the New Parliament. (Ath. Coll.
vol. 97.) 8° London, 1837.
The Time to Speak; or, What the People do say. (Ath. Coll. vol. 72.) 89
London, 1837.
What was the object of the Reform Bill? (Ath. Coll, vol. 72.) So Lond. 1837.
PARLIAMENTARY REFoRM–see Reform.
PARR (Dr. Samuel)—see Bellendenus, and Butler.
Pasley (Lieut.-Col. C. W.) Description of the Universal Telegraph for Day and Night
Signals. (Ath. Coll. vol. 20.) 8° London, 1823.
Observations on the Water Cements of England, and on Artificial Cements.
(Ath. Coll. vol. 21.) 8° Chatham, 1830.
PATRIOTA Italiano, (II) Giornale Ebdomadario, No. 1. (Mack. Coll. vol. 10.)
8° London, 1815.
PATRIOTISM. The History of the rise, progress, and tendency of Patriotism. (M. Pitt
Coll. vol. 42.) 8° London, 1747.
PATRONAGE. Essay on Church Patronage; or, Inquiry into the People's right of choos-
ing their own Minister. (Ath. Coll. vol. 60.) 8° Edinburgh, 1835.
PATTEN (Thomas) King David vindicated from a late Misrepresentation of his
Character. (Nasm. Coll. vol. 2.) 8° Oxford, 1762.
PAULDING (John) Report on erecting a Monument to his Memory: with an Address by
the Mayor of New York. (Am. Coll. vol. 21.) 8° New York, 1827.
PAULUs Apollos.-see Parliamentary Reform.
PAx IN BELLo; or, Reflexions on the Prospect of Peace, arising out of the present
Circumstances of the War. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 139.) 8° London, 1796.
PEACE. Remarks on the Preliminary Articles offered by the French King, in order to
procure a general Peace. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 11.) 8° London, 1711.
Natural Reflections upon the present Debates about Peace and War. (M. Pitt
Coll. vol. 12.) 8° London, 1712.
Considerations upon the approaching Peace, and on the importance of Gibraltar.
(M. Pitt Coll. vol. 17.) 8° London, 1720.
Some Observations on the present plan of Peace. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 25.) 89
London, 1736.
A Letter to two Great Men on the prospect of Peace; with Remarks on the
Letter. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 59.) 8° London, 1760.
Considerations on the present Peace, as far as it is relative to the Colonies, and
the African Trade. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 61.) 8° London, 1763.
Reflections on the Propriety of an Immediate Conclusion of Peace. (M. Pitt
Coll. vol. 138.) 8° London, 1793.
PEALE (Rembrandt) Historical Disquisition on the Mammoth, or great American
Incognitum. (Am. Coll. vol. 19.) 8° London, 1803.
PEARCE (Robert R.) An Argument on the principle and mode of Voting by Ballot.
(Ath. Coll. vol. 83.) 8° London, 1838.
PEARson (Edward) Remarks on Rev. C. Simeon's Sermon, entitled “The Church-
man's Confession.” (Mack. Coll. vol. 21.) 8° Broxbourne, 1806.
(Dean Hugh) Charge delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Salisbury, at
the Visitation in 1842. (Charges, vol. 4.) 8° Salisbury, 1842.
PEDIE (James) The Derangement of the Currency the Cause of the Distress of the
Country. (Misc. Coll. vol. 9.) 8° London, 1840.
PEEL (Robert) Speech on the 14th of February, 1799, on an Incorporate Union with
Ireland. (Union Coll. vol. 6.) 8° Dublin, 1799.
(Sir Robert) Speech on Mr. Grattan's Motion on the Laws affecting Roman
Catholics. (Ath. Coll. vol. 1.) 8° London, 1819.
Speeches on his Inauguration as Lord Rector of Glasgow University. (Ath.
Coll. vol. 72.) 8° London, 1837.
Letter to Sir R. Peel, in refutation of the Calumnious Attacks on America and
her Citizens, in his speech at Glasgow. (Ath. Coll. vol. 72.) 8° London, 1837.
Authentic Report of the Peel Banquet, at Merchant Tailors' Hall, May, 1838.
(Ath. Coll. vol. 98.) 8° London, 1838.

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