Established and Non-Established Churches and con-
cluding with Remedies Proposed for Abuses Indi-
cated and an Examination of the Parliamentary
System of Church Reform lately pursued, and still
pursuing including the proposed New Churches.
By Jeremy Bentham, Esq. Bencher of Lincoln's-inn,
and late of Queen's-college, Oxford, M. A.
1. The Travels of Marco Polo, a Venetian, in the Thir-
teenth Century;-being a Description by that early
Traveller of remarkable places and things, in the East-
ern parts of the World. Translated from the Italian,
with Notes, by William Marsden, F. R. S. &c.
2. Di Marco Polo e degli alteri Viaggiatori Veneziani
più illustri Dissertazioni del P. Ab. D. Placido Zurla. 177
X. 1. The Case stated between the Public Libraries and
2. Address to the Parliament of Great Britain, on the
Claims of Authors to their own Copyright. By a
Member of the University of Cambridge (Richard
Duppa, Esq. LL. B.)
3. Reasons for a further Amendment of the Act 54
Geo. III. c. 156. being an Act to amend the Copy-
right Act of Queen Anne. By Sir Egerton Brydges,
Bart. M. P.
4. A summary Statement of the great Grievances im-
posed on Authors and Publishers, and the Injury done
to Literature by the late Copyright Act. By Sir Eger-
ton Brydges, Bart. M. P.
5. A Vindication of the pending Bill for the Amendment
of the Copyright Act, from the Misrepresentations
and unjust Comments of the Syndics of the University
Library at Cambridge. By Sir Egerton Bridges, Bart.
6. A Vindication of the Right of the Universities of the
United Kingdom to a Copy of every new Publication.
By Edward Christian, of Gray's Inn, Esq. Barrister at
Law, Professor of the Laws of England in the Univer-
sity of Cambridge, and Chief Justice of the Isle of
7. Inquiries and Observations respecting the University
Library. By Basil Montagu, Esq. A. M.
8. Inquiries concerning the proposed Alteration of the
Law of Copyright, as it affects Authors and the Uni-
versities. By Basil Montagu, Esq.
XI. A Voyage of Discovery, made under the order of the
Admiralty, in His Majesty's Ships Isabella and
Alexander, for the purpose of exploring Baffin's Bay,
and inquiring into the probability of a North-west Pas-
sage. By John Ross, K. S. Captain R. N.