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THE

QUARTERLY REVIEW:

MARCH & JUNE,

1812.

VOL. VII.

London:

Printed by C. Roworth, Bell-yurd, Temple-bar;
FOR JOHN MURRAY, 39, FLEET STREET;
HATCHARD, PICCADILLY; RICHARDSON, CORNHILL;
PARKER, OXFORD; DEIGHTON, CAMBRIDGE;
WILLIAM BLACKWOOD, EDINBURGH ;

AND J. CUMMING, DUBLIN.

1812.

LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA

DAVIS

CON TENTS

OF

No. XIII.

Page ART. I. The Orders in Council, and the American Embargo, be

neficial to the Political and Commercial Interests of

Great Britain. By Lord Sheffield.
Message of the President of the United States, commu-

nicated to Congress 5th. Nov. 1811.
Report in part of the Committee, to whom was referred

that part of the President's Message which relates to

Foreign Affairs.
A View of the State of Parties in the United States of

America ; being an Attempt to account for the pre-
sent Ascendancy of the French or Democratic Party
in that Country, in two Letters to a Friend

1 II. The Life of the Right Reverend Bejlby Porteus, D.D.

late Bishop of London. By the Rev. Robert Hodg-
son, A.M. F.R.S. Rector of St. George's Hanover
Square, and one of the Chaplains in Ordinary to his

Majesty. Second Edition.
The Life of Dr. Beilby Porteus, late Lord Bishop of

London ; with Anecdotes of those with whom he lived,
and Memoirs of many living and deceased Charac-
ters. By a Lay-Member of Merton College, Ox-
ford

34 III. Travels in the Island of Iceland, during the Summer of

the Year 1810. By Sir George Steuart Mackenzie,
Baronet, Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh,

&c. &c. &c.
Journal of a Tour in Iceland, in the Summer of 1809.

By William Jackson Hooker, F. L. S. and Fellow of
ibe Wernerian Society of Edinburgh.

48 IV. The

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