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ble: so, you may be assured, that I cannot finish infidels faster than you prepare them for my hands. So get all mankind to read the Bible, then the ninth volume of the Republican, which I dedicate to your notice and support, and then we shall all become of one mind: sectarianism, horrid sectarianism will end! so prays your co-operator.
No. 1.-A Letter to William England, Doctor in Divinity, &c.
No. 2.-An address to the Republicans of the island of Albion,
Letter from Stockport, by Thomas Mackintosh. Correspondence
No. 5.-On the AGE OF THE WORLD. Letter from and to
No. 6.-Celebration of Paine's birth day in London, Birming-
No. 7.—Letter to Rabbi Solomon Herchell, High Priest of the
No. 8.-An address to the Republicans of the Island of Albion.
No. 9. - To Correspondents. Discussion with J. E. C. Ode
British Government. Letter from Stokesly by A.
No. 11.-Letter to the Reverend Robert Hindmarsh. Notes
No. 12.-Letter to the Reverend Robert Hindmarsh con-
Hindmarsh. To the Editor of the Republican by a Partizan of
No. 14.—Letter to the Reverend John Davis, of Cerne; by
Roman Catholics. Discussion with J. E. C. Letter from and
No. 21.- To the discomfited Radical Reformers of Great Bri-
Reasons for issuing it. Letter to Mr. Carlile from John Clarke in
No. 22.–Treatise on Mercury by Belloste.
No. 23.—Letter to Lord Eldon. Letter from William Holmes.
No. 24.--Letter to Robert Peel, Secretary of State. Letter from
No. 25.—The Trial of William Campion.
No. 26.—Trial of Thomas Jefferies and William Christopher,
No. 27.-Abel Bywater, a Tale. Appendix to the Parallel