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PEEL (Sir Robert) Speech on the Corn Laws, Feb. 19, 1839; with James MacQueen's Letter to Lord Melbourne, on the Statistics, &c., of Agriculture and Manufactures. (Ath. Coll. vol. 113.) 8° London, 1839. Speech on the Government of Ireland. (Ath. Coll. vol. 108.) 8° London, 1839. Speech on resigning the attempt to form a Ministry, in May, 1839. (Ath. Coll. vol. 106.) 12° London, 1839. Speech on Sir J. Yarde Buller's Motion on want of confidence in the Government. (Ath. Coll. vol. 145.) 8° London, 1840. Address on the Establishment of a Library and Reading Room at Tamworth. (Ath. Coll. vol. 156.) 8° London, 1841. Tamworth Reading Room. Letters on the Address by Sir R. Peel. (Ath. Coll. vol. 156.) 8° London, 1841. Financial Statement in the House of Commons, 1842. (Ath. Coll. vol. 168.) 8° London, 1842. Fire-side Musings of an Idle Man, on Sir R. Peel's late Financial Policy. (Ath. Coll. vol. 168.) 8° London, 1843. Speeches in the House of Commons, May 6 and 20, 1844, on the Renewal of the Bank Charter. (Ath. Coll. vol. 176.) 8° London, 1844. see Ministry. PEEP (A) at Home without a Microscope. (Ath. Coll. vol. 52.) 8° London, 1832. PEERs. Thoughts in relation to Restraining and Limiting the Power of the Crown in the future Creation of Peers. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 17.) 8° London, 1719. Letter to the Duke of Wellington, on the propriety of Creating Peers for Life; with Precedents. (Ath. Coll. vol. 22.) 8° London, 1830. The Prerogative of Creating Peers. (Ath. Coll. vol. 19.) 8° London, 1832. The Queen's Prerogative and the House of Lords. (Ath. Coll. vol. 133.) 8° London, 1840. —— Create 1 a Letter to the King on behalf of the Lords. (Ath. Coll. vol. 71.) 8° London, 1836. Peerage Reform; a Scheme, with reasons for it, by the youngest of the Tompkinses. (Ath. Coll. vol. 71.) 8° London, 1835. Remarks on the Proposition to Re-model the House of Lords. (Ath. Coll. vols. 53 and 70.) 8° London, 1835. (The) or the People : a word of Advice to the Electors of the British Empire. (Ath. Coll. vol. 51.) 8° London, 1834. The Conservative Peers and the Reform Ministry. (Ath. Coll. vol. 71.) 8° London, 1836. What Next? or, the Peers and the Third Time of Asking. (Ath. Coll. vol. 71.) 8° London, 1837. PELHAM ADMINISTRATION. The Two Brothers: an Examination of the Principles, and an Inquiry into the Conduct of the Two Brothers, in regard to the Establishment of their Power. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 45.) 8° London, 1749. The Conduct of the Two Brothers vindicated, the Examiner's contradictions exemplify'd, and conjectures exploded. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 45.) 8° London, 1749. PELLEw (Hon. George) Letter to Sir R. Peel, on the means of rendering Cathedrals most conducive to the Efficiency of the Church. (Ath. Coll. vol. 90.) 8° London, 1837. PEMBERTON (Thomas) Letter to Lord Langdale, on the proceedings in the House of Commons on the subject of Privilege. (Ath. Coll. vol. 86.) So London, 1837. PENN (William) A Copy of his Will in MS. (Am. Coll, vol. 21.) 8° Newcastleon-Delaware, 1701. PENNINGTON (James)—see Mackenzie.

PENNINGToN (J.) On the Importation of Foreign Corn, and the Value of the Precious
Metals, in different Countries. (Corn L. Coll. vol. 2.) 8° London, 1840.
PENNsylvania. State of the Province of Pennsylvania. A Brief View of the Conduct
of Pennsylvania, and an Answer to the Brief View. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 50.) 8°
London, 1755-56.
Journal of the xxxvth House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania. (Am. Coll. vol. 22.) Vol. 2. 8° Harrisburg, 1824-25.
Report of the State-Treasurer, shewing the Receipts and Expenditures at the
Treasury of Pennsylvania from 1827-1828. (Am. Coll. vol. 37.) 82 Harris-
burg, 1828.
Report on the Finances of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for 1827 and
1828. (Am. Coll. vol. 46.) 8° Harrisburg, 1828.
Expenses of the Judiciary Courts of Pennsylvania, an Autograph Letter to
Captain Basil Hall. (Am. Coll. vol. 46.) 8° Philadelphia, 1828.

Report on Punishments and Prison Discipline; by the Commissioners appointed to revise the Penal Code of Pennsylvania. (Am. Coll. vol. 28.) 89 Philadelphia, 1828.

A Candid Address to the Episcopalians of Pennsylvania, upon the present situation of the affairs of the Diocese, by Plain Truth. (Am. Coll. vol. 13.) 8° Philadelphia, 1827. Another Candid Address to the Episcopalians of Pennsylvania, by Plain Truth, Jun. (Am. Coll. vol. 13.) 8° Philadelphia, 1827. The First Annual Report of the Society for the promotion of Internal Improvement in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. (Am. Coll. vol. 34.) 8° Philadelphia, 1826. Facts and Arguments in favour of adopting Railways in preference to Canals in the State of Pennsylvania. (Am. Coll. vol. 32.) 8° Philadelphia, 1825. Reports of the Union Canal Company of Pennsylvania to the Stockholders, 1821, 1822, 1824, 1825, 1827. (Am. Coll. vol. 34.) 8° Philadelphia, 1821-27. Canal Commissioners' Report, made in 1828. (Am. Coll. vol. 33.) 8° Harrisburg, 1828. Some account of the Origin, Objects, and Present State of the Pennsylvania Hospital. (Am. Coll. vol. 29.) 12° Philadelphia, 1828. First Report on Education made to the Pennsylvania Society, for the promotion of Public Schools. (Am. Coll. vol. 28.) 8° Philadelphia, 1828. Sixteenth Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. (Am. Coll. vol. 19.) 8° Philadelphia, 1827. Constitution of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society at Philadelphia. (Am. Coll. vol. 2.) 8° Philadelphia, 1827. An Address from the President and Directors of the Pennsylvania Company for Insurances on Lives, and granting Annuities. (Am. Coll. vol. 21.) 8° Philadelphia, 1814. FARMER. Remarks on the New Essay of the Pennsylvania Farmer. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 78.) 8° London, 1775. see America. PENSIoneRs. A Letter from a Member of Parliament concerning a Bill for disabling Pensioners from Sitting or Voting in the House. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 20.) 8° London, 1730. People (The) or the Peerage; with an Introductory Letter to Sir E. L. Bulwer, Bart. (Ath. Coll. vol. 52.) 8° London, 1835. The Claims of the People ; a Letter to the Aristocracy and the Priesthood. (Ath. Coll. vol. 144.) 8° London, 1840. PERCEvaL (Hon. A. P.) A Letter to Lord Henley, respecting his publication on Church Reform. (Ath. Coll. vol. 31.) 8° London, 1832.

Penceval (Hon. A. P.) On the Necessity of Episcopal Ordination. (Sermons, vol. 1.)
8° London, 1834.
Observations on the Proposed Alterations, and present System of the Society
for Promoting Christian Knowledge; with Suggestions for its Improvement. (Misc.
Coll. vol. 3.) 12° London, 1834.
The Origin of Church Rates; with Remarks on the Government Proposal.
(Ath. Coll. vol. 66.) 8° London, 1837.
The Christian Priesthood and the Church of England vindicated against a
pamphlet entitled, “Via Media.” (Ath. Coll. vol. 89.) 8° London, 1838.
Letter to the Hon. A. P. Perceval, on his recent publication on Apostolical
Succession. (Tract. Controv. vol. 8.) 8° London, 1839.
Letter to Dr. Arnold, &c. (Tract. Controv. vol. 9.) 8° London, 1841.
Letter to the Bishop of Chester; with Remarks on his late Charge. (Tract.
Controv. vol. 9.) 8° London, 1841.
Windication of the Principles of the Authors of “The Tracts for the Times."
(Tract. Controv. vol. 9.) 8° London, 1841.

A Collection of Papers connected with the Theological Movement of 1833. (Tract. Controv. vol. 9.) 8° London, 1842. PERICLEs (The English)—see Pitt. PERIODICAL PREss. A few words upon the want of High Principle exhibited by the Public Men of the present day. (Ath. Coll. vol. 184.) 8° London, 1844. PERRY (C.) Clerical Education considered, with an especial reference to the Universities. (Ath. Coll. vol. 156.) 8° London, 1841. (Samuel) Address on the Ecclesiastical Commissioners' Report on Pluralities, Non-Residence, &c. (Ath. Coll. vol. 68.) 8° London, 1836. PERSIA. Letter on the opening of a Trade with Persia, through Russia. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 31.) 8° London, 1741. PERSIGNY (Vicomte de) Relation de l'entreprise du Prince Napoleon-Louis [Bonaparte]. (Ath. Coll. vols. 65 and 93.) 8° Londres, 1837. PEscAToRI (Cesare) Origine della Giustizia, e del Diritto Naturale. (Ath. Coll. vol. 102.) 8° London, 1838. PESTALOzzI.—see Jullien. PETERBoRow (Earl of) Account of his Conduct in Spain. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 10.) 8° London, 1707. PETITION. Right of British Subjects to petition and apply to their Representatives. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 22.) 8° London, 1733. PETITOT (M.) De l'Initiative des Lois; ou, Réflexions sur les Assemblées Délibérantes. (Mack. Coll. vol. 15.) 89 Paris, 1814. PETRIE (George) A Letter to Sir Wm. R. Hamilton, in reply to certain Charges against the Author, by Sir Wm. Betham. (Ath. Coll. vol. 141.) 8° Dublin, 1840. PETRIzzopulo (Giovanni) Refutation of Sir Howard Douglas's Despatch, 10th April, 1840. (Ath. Coll. vol. 149.) 8° London, 1840. PETTIGREw (T. J.) Observations, comprising a Description of the Epidemic Cholera of India. (Ath. Coll. vol. 11.) 8° London, 1831. Clinical Lecture on a case of Hydrophobia, at Charing Cross Hospital. (Ath. Coll. vol. 57.) 8° London, 1834. Letter on the Condition of the St. James's Pauper Children, and the Necessity of abolishing the Farming System. (Ath. Coll. vol. 80.) 8° London, 1836. PETTIT (Thomas M.) Annual Discourse before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Nov. 19. 1828. (Am. Coll. vol. 18.) 8° Philadelphia, 1s28.

Pews. The Wooden Walls of England in Danger; a Defence of Church Pews. (Ath, Coll, vol. 185.) 8° London, 1844.

PHILADELPHIA. The Philadelphia Monthly Magazine, for Oct. and Nov., 1827. (Am. Coll. vols. 18 and 37.) 8° Philadelphia, 1827.

ORPHAN SocIETY. Thirteenth Annual Report. (Am. Coll. vol. 32.) 8° Philadelphia, 1828. House of REFUGE. Two Addresses from the Managers to their fellow citizens. (Am. Coll. vol. 28.) 8° Philadelphia, 1826-28.

Report of the Committee appointed to consider the Pauper System of Philadelphia. (Am. Coll. vol. 22.) 8° Philadelphia, 1827.

Report of the Committee appointed by the Board of Guardians of the Poor of Philadelphia, to visit the cities of Baltimore, New York, Providence, Boston, and Salem. (Am. Coll. vol. 22.) 8° Philadelphia, 1827.

Museum Company's Charter and By-Laws. (Am. Coll vol. 19.) 8° Philadelphia, 1828. [PHILIPPos.] Horse Emancipation; or, the Abolition of the Bearing Rein; an Address to the Owners and Drivers of Coaches, Omnibuses, &c. (Ath. Coll. vol. 101.) 8° London, 1838. PHILIPs (Francis) Exposure of the Calumnies against the Magistrates and Yeomanry Cavalry of Manchester and Salford. (Misc. Coll. vol. 5.) 8° London, 1819. PHILLIMoRE (J.) On the Notice given by Mr. Brougham respecting the Orders in Council and the Licence Trade. (Mack. Coll. vol. 1.) 8° London, 1812. (Robert) Report of the Proceedings in the Visitatorial Court at York, against the Dean of York, on the Presentments of Simony. (Ath. Coll. vol. 152.) 8° London, 1841. On the Questions of International Law, raised in the Message of the American President. (Ath. Coll. vol. 159.) 8° London, 1842. Thoughts on the Law of Divorce in England. (Ath. Coll. vol. 180.) 8° London, 1844. (Robert, Jun.) On the Study of the Civil and Canon Law. (Ath. Coll. vol. 160.) 8° London, 1843. PHILLIPPs (A. L.) Remarks on a Letter to R. W. Jelf, in explanation of No. 90 of Tracts for the Times. (Tract. Controv. vol. 6.) 8° London, 1841. PHILLIPs (Joseph) The Outline of a Plan for the total, immediate, and safe Abolition of Slavery, throughout the British Colonies. (Ath. Coll. vol. 46.) 8° London, 1833. PHILLPoTTs (Bishop Henry) Speech in the House of Lords, on National Education in Ireland; and Observations on the Speech, by a Freeman. (Ath. Coll. vol. 62.) 89 Dublin, 1836. Two Speeches in the House of Lords, on Socialism. (Ath, Coll. vol. 140.) 8° London, 1840. Correspondence with the Members of the Commission of Ecclesiastical Enquiry. (Ath. Coll. vol. 136.) 8° London, 1840. Charge to the Clergy of the Diocese of Exeter, in 1836. (Ath. Coll. vol. 67.) 8° London, 1836. Charges delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Exeter, August, 1839, and June, 1842. (Charges, vols. 2 and 4.) 8° London, 1839–42. PHILo-JUDEUs.—see Morgan. PHILo-PALINURUs.—see Navy. PHYSIC AND SURGERY. Acts of Incorporation, and Regulating the Practice of Physic and Surgery, with the By-Laws and Orders of the Massachusetts Medical Society. (Am. Coll. vol. 19.) 8° Boston, 1826. Pichon (L. A.) De Nos Constitutions Futures. (Mack. Coll. vol. 15.) 8° Paris, 1814. Pickening (Timothy) Review of the Correspondence between John Quincy Adams and William Cunningham, 1803–12. (Am. Coll. vol. 24.) 8° Salem, 1824.

Pictet (Galiffe) Lettres sur le Moyen Age. (Misc. Coll. vol. 5.) 4° Genève, 1842. PIE v11. Pièces Historiques relatives à Pape Pie vii. (Mack. Coll. vol. 12.) 8° Paris, 1814. PIERPoNT (John) Discourse delivered before the Artillery Company of Massachusetts, June, 1828. (Am. Coll. vol. 38.) 8° Boston, 1828. PIETAs OxoniENsis; or, a Full and Impartial Account of the expulsion of Six Students from St. Edmund Hall, Oxford. (Nasm. Coll. vol. 19.) 8° London, 1768. PIRE (John) Letter in Vindication of a resolution of the Vestry of St. James's, Westminster, on the appropriation of ten Pews in the Church. (Ath. Coll. vols. 112 and 136.) 8° London, 1839. PILLoNNIERE (Francis De La) An Answer to Dr. Snape's Accusation; with a Preface by Bishop Hoadly. (Bangor. Coll. vol. 2.) 8° London, 1717. Reply to his “Answer to Dr. Snape's Accusation;" with Remarks on the Preface and Postscript by Bishop Hoadly. (Bangor. Coll. vol. 2.) 8° London, 1717. Reply to Dr. Snape's Vindication of his Second Letter to Bishop Hoadly; with a Letter to Dr. Snape, by Bishop Hoadly. (Bangor. Coll. vol. 2.) 8° London, 1718. Further Account of Himself, since his appearing as a Defendant in the Bangorian Controversies. (Bangor. Coll. vol. 2.) 8° London, 1729. see Snape. PIM (James) Irish Railways. The Atmospheric Railway. (Ath. Coll. vol. 154.) 8° London, 1841. PINcKARD (G.) On restoring the Moral Character and Industrious Habits of the Poor. (Ath. Coll. vol. 52.) 8° London, 1835. PITT (William) Speech on a Motion for the Abolition of the Slave Trade, in the House of Commons, April 2, 1792. (Slavery Coll. vol. 1.) 8° London, 1792. Speech on offering to the House the Resolutions which he proposed as the basis of an Union between Great Britain and Ireland. (Nasm. Coll. vols. 6 and 33.) 8° London, 1799. A Letter to Mr. Pitt, in Answer to the Aspersions cast on him and the Ministry, by Admiral Byng and his Advocate. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 49.) 8° London, 1756. A Letter to Mr. Pitt, by an Englishman. (M. Pitt Coll, vol. 56.) so Exeter, 1758. The English Pericles; or, the four Qualifications necessary to make a True Statesman, exemplified in Mr. Secretary Pitt. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 56.) so London, 1758.

Plain Reasons for removing a certain Great Man [Pitt] from his Majesty's Presence and Councils for ever. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 57.) so London, 1759.

An earnest Address to the People of Great Britain and Ireland; occasioned by the dismission of Mr. Pitt. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 60.) So London, 1761. A Review of Mr. Pitt's Administration; with an Appendix. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 60.) 8° London, 1762. An Enquiry into the Conduct of a late Right Hon. Commoner [Pitt]. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 64.) 8° London, 1766. see Champigny. AND Co. The Conspiracy of Pitt and Co. Detected, in a Letter to the Parliament of Ireland. (Union Coll. vol. 4.) 8° Dublin, 1799. PITT's Union. (Union Coll. vol. 4.) 8° Dublin, 1799. PLACE-Bill. Sentiments of the Old Whigs upon a Place-Bill. (M. Pitt Coll, vol. 29.) 89 London, 1740. PLACE AND Power. (Ath. Coll. vol. 52.) 8° London, 1835. Places AND PENSIONs. Thoughts on the Constitutional Power and Right of the

Crown in the bestowal of Places and Pensions. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 72.) so London, 1772.

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