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IN D E X.
soldiery in Ireland, 287.
mination of the articles most commonly counterfeited, 135—va-
luable character of this work, 139.
lish counties, 112.
136–of wine, 137—of malt liquors, 140-of beer, 141--of pep-
Agriculture and manufactures, fundamental distinction between, 181.
mours of disaffection, 200—quotations from the Report of, ib.--to-
their freedom in education, 495.
wines to heighten their colour, 137.
trade and commerce, 71-imports, ib._tonnage and navigation,
of liberty will depend on the part they take in that contest, 404.
Peterborough. 321—from Ramsey, 322—from Dr Lockier, 323-
from Dennis, 326.
in beer, 141.
service of the Church, 362.
its consequences, 169.
of St John's Hospital, 129.
ing encouraged, ib.
British Senate, 239.
ecclesiastical music, 364.
means of defence, 270.
his supposed greatness, 319.
into this country, 170.
amples from Lancashire, 333—from Coventry, ib.
quoted by Lord Grenville, 191.