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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 37


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Quoting Books and other writings—Seidell and Bentley 9
Libels—Selden, Dillon, and Urquhart 9
Town and Country—Cowley 10
Parliamentary Usurpation—Chisolm Anstey 11
Municipal Institutions—William Fox 12
Ministerial Responsibility—its unreality 12
Thou almost persuadest me—Lord Byron, Sheppard 13
Lord Byron on the pure creed of Christianity 14
How Muscovy became converted into Holy Russia 15
Magna Charta: Freetrade clearly enunciated therein 16
Russian Gold—Lord Palmerston and Thomas At wood 17
Pope Leo the Tenth and Martin Luther 17
Irish Peasantry and Land Tenure 18
Dr Parr on the Education of the Poor 19
Gleanings 91
God made the Country: Agriculture—Lord Dillon 21
Man made the Town: the Manufacturer—Dillon 21
Town and Country contrasted—Lord Dillon 22
Freedom of Commerce: The East and the West 22
Eastern Commercial Simplicity 24
Was Sevastopol taken by the allied army? 25
Subserviency of England to Russia acknowledged 26
The Czar and the Diplomatists: Talleyrand, Castlereagh 27
National and Personal Villany: Russian and English 29page 6
Political Constitutions—Urquhart 29
English Constitution—Westmacott, Ellenborough 30
Who are the Centralisers? Bentham—Newman 30
Life Education of old—Newman 31
Man above his own conception—Urquhart 31
Gleanings 31
Purple Blood of Holy Russia: Soltikoff not Romanoff 33
Let us make a free Queen 35
Maria-Theresa and the infamous partition of Poland 37
Sultan Abdul-Medjid's noble exclamation: Kossuth 38
Freetrade and Direct Taxation—Urquhart 38
Cromwell and the Asiatic Jews—Ellis 39
True Local Selfgovernment explained—Urquhart 39
I am holier than thou 41
The Doctor and his Patient—Wadd 41
Restoration of Gibraltar to Spain an act of justice 42
Gleanings 43
How the People, instead of Property, became taxed 45
Colonial Land Tenure and Sales—Newman 47
Heaven upon Earth: exquisite sensations—Andrews 48
Customs: Primogeniture, Gavelkind, Borough English 49
Popular Delusion of Ironplated Ships—Urquh art 50
Origin of the Days of the Week: The Celts 50
Story of the Greased Cartridges: Indian Mutiny—Kaye 51
Two Pictures in one Frame: "Whichever you like" 52
Free Libraries in noncivilised Constantinople 53
John Bright on the "Impostor" Palmerston 53
Savingsbanks, Clubs, etc.: some of their evils 54
Gleanings 56
Society a Heap of Sand through Centralisation 57
Decay of Local Patriotism: Parliamentary usurpation 57
To be a Citizen: Old law of the land—Newman 58
Town Land Tenure: Local Institutions—Newman 59
Social Benefit of small Freeholders—Newman 60
Petitioning Parliament and Local Bodies 60page 7
"Not at Home" among the antient Romans 61
A Publican the originator of the Mathematical Society 61
"Civilisation Spares enemies, murders friends 63
Judgment, not Opinion: A true Representative Philosopher, Novelist, Divine, Diplomatist, on Evil 65
Paradise of Quacks—England antient and modern 65
Figs (Sycophant): their antiquity and importance 66
Evils of Government Banks—Crutwell and Burgess 66
Gleanings 68
Civilisers and Savages: The two Captains 69
Power and Rights of the People in olden time 70
Large and Small Communities—Newman 70
An American View of England—Emerson 71
Parliamentary Reform: What is it?—Urquhart 72
What shall we do? With answer 72
Local Developments—Newman 73
Acceptances: "Kites"—Drummond 74
Ticket-of-Leave Politicians—Dobson Collett 74
Loans, National and Local—Professor Newman 75
Who and What should be taxed? Newman 75
Indirect and Direct Taxation 76