Prospective Politics of “ The Lion.”—Prospective Discussion on Re-
ligion in ditto.—Statement of the Arguments on the Subject of Deity.--
Question, as to the Personal Existence of Jesus Christ ; submitted to all
Christian Sects, and more particularly to the Catholic Association's pro-
jected Mission to England. "Review of the Past Year, in relation to the
circumstances of Mr. Carlile.-The Will of Thomas Morrison, a Surgeon, of
Chelsea.—Notice of the Trial of the Reverend Robert Taylor.-Critique on
the Geological Theories of Buffon and the Bible.-- Journal of Mr. Carlile's
Tour through the Country : Visits to Bath, Bristol, Romsey, Southampton,
Portsea, Gosport, and Birminghain.-Some Explanations about Mr. Cobbett's
Conduct towards Mr. Carlile.
New Plan of Reform : Treatment before Birth, after Birth, and general
Education.-Superstition under the superintendance of the Society for the
Diffusion of Useful Knowledge."—Notice of the expected Trials of the Rev.
Robert Taylor and others.-of the Greeks, Turks, and European Allies ;
with an Epitaph on the late George Canning, by R. T. Webb.-Philosophi-
cal and Epistolary Stanzas, written near the close of Life.-Phrenology of
Animals, an article copied from No. 1, of “ The Farrier and Naturalist.”.
Equivocal Generation ; Plants or Animals produced by Infusion.-Journal
of Mr. Carlile's Tour through the Country (continued from p. 32); Visit to
Liverpool ; Notice of “ Every Woman's Book ;” Mr. Cobbett, Mr. Malthus,
" The British Almanac ;' the State of Reading in Liverpool ; Mr. Mann,
Mr. Pegram, Mr. Horrocks the late M. P. for Preston, &c.- Memoir of John
Davies, the Antiquarian Bookseller of Liverpool.-Extract from the Letter
of G. H. of Liverpool.
Putting off of the Trials of the Rev. Robert Taylor and others.-Copy
of the Indictment for Conspiracy.- Journal of Mr. Carlile's Tour through the
Country (continued from p. 56): Visit to Manchester; Notices of Messrs.
Wroe, Elijah Ridings, John Gratrix, Archibald Prentice, Elijah Dixon, his
Ass and his Trinity ; Address of the Working Classes of Manchester to his
Majesty ; Notice of the Israelites of Ashton-under-Line ; Letter on their
behalf addressed to Mr. Carlile by Edward Lees.-Notice of the Change of
Administration.-Religious Persecution, in the case of the Reverend Robert
Taylor.—Letter from Mr. Rowland Detrosier of Manchester, on the subject
of Designing and Intelligent Deity, with Notes by R. Carlile.-Fecundity of
Vegetables and of Animals ; with important illustrations by the Political
Economists, Mr. Malthus, Mr. Owen, and others; Article on the subject,
copied from the Bolton Chronicle.-Extracts from Mr. Malthus's writings on
Checks to Population, Education, Love; with Observations by Mr. Carlile.
-Nonsense for want of something better : a Matrimonial Parody on the