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1. Anon, Christian Retrospect of General Occurrences Interesting to those who Fear God, on Account of Their Influence on Religion, or on Public Morals and Happiness. No. V.—Applications to the Lord Chancellor Respecting Lord Byron's 'Cain' and Lawrence's 'Lectures'.—Guilt of Being Accessory to the Circulation of Mischievous Books, Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine, 3rd ser. 1 (1822), 318–19.