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5. The Congregational Year Book for 1846, containing the Proceed-

ings of the Congregational Union of England and Wales, and its Con-

federated Societies, for that Year; together with Supplementary

Information respecting the Churches, Associations, Colleges, Ministers,

and Publications of the Congregational Body throughout the United


6. Letter to Lord Lyndhurst, from Lord Brougham, on Criminal

Police and National Education. Second edition, with a Postscript,

7. A Letter to the Most Noble the Marquis of Lansdowne, President

of the Council, on the Government Plan of Education: with an Appen-

dix, containing the Minutes of the Committee of Council on Education,

in December, 1846. Presented to both Houses of Parliament, Feb. 5,

1847. By Edward Baines, Jun.

8. An Alarm to the Nation, on the Unjust, Unconstitutional, and

Dangerous Measure of State Education proposed by the Government.

By Edward Baines, Jun.

9. The Nonconformist's Plea for Freedom of Education. A Letter

and a Lecture to the Marquis of Lansdowne and the People of Man-

chester, demonstrating the Government Scheme of Education to be an

Encroachment on Liberty and Religion. By J. W. Massie, D.D.

10. An Analysis and Exposure of the new Government Scheme of

Education; showing its precise Nature, its objectionable Character,

and its mischievous Tendencies. By John Middleton Hare, Author

of the "Analytical Digest of Sir James Graham's Factories Education


11. Government Plan of Education. A Speech delivered by the Right

Hon. T. B. Macaulay, M.P. for Edinburgh, in the House of Commons

on Monday evening, April 19, 1847, on the Motion of Lord John

Russell that the sum of 100,000%. should be voted to defray the

Charges of carrying out the Minutes of the Council on Education.

12. Calm Thoughts on the Recent Minutes of the Committee of Council

on Education, and on their supposed bearing on the Interests of Civil

Freedom and Protestant Nonconformity. By Henry Dunn.

13. National Education. Observations on the "Minutes of the Com-

mittee of the Privy Council," showing that the Complaints of Dis-

senters are groundless. By the Author of "Some Remarks on Dr.

Hook's Letter."

14. National Education: what it is, and what it should be. By John

Dufton, M.A., Rector of Warehorne, Kent.

15. Practical Remarks on Popular Education in England and Wales.

By Henry Parr Hamilton, M.A., F.R.S., late Fellow of Trinity College,

Cambridge, and Rector of Wath.

16. A Few Plain Words to the People on the Education Question.

17. Education: What is it? and who are its Friends? A Sermon

preached at St. Paul's Chapel, Great Portland-street, on behalf of the

All Souls' and Trinity Districts National, Infant, and Sunday Schools.

By the Rev. George Pocock, LL.B., Minister of the Chapel.

18. The Night School; or, Educate the People. A Sermon preached

at Sutton Courtney, Berks. By the Rev. J. Gregson, M.A., of Brase-

nose College, Oxford, and Vicar of Sutton Courtney. Published

May 3rd, 1847.

19. The Duty of Government to educate, and what kind of an Education

our Government should give. Two Lectures on National Education

recently delivered at the Town Hall, Sheffield. By the Rev. R. S.

Bayley, F.S.A.

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