The Westminster Review January-July 1825
Review founded in 1824 by Jeremy Bentham as the official organ for radicals in response to conservative journals. Articles: recollections of the life of Lord Byron 1808-1814; project of a new penal code for the state of Louisiana (Edward Livingstone); selection of Irish melodies; contagion and sanitary laws (plague, evils of quarantine laws); the Book of the Church by Robert Southey; liberty of the press; Friedrich von Schlegel; magnetism; Italy; prison and prison discipline; emigration (Australia, Van Diemen's Land, Upper Canada); etc.
- Publisher: Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy
- Edition: Volume III
- Date Published: 1825
- Place Published: London
- ISBN: n/a
- Condition: Fair
- Signed: No
- Dust Jacket: No
- Jacket Condition: n/a
, iv, 551,  p. 22 cm. Title page vignette. Quarter leater with paper boards. Spine nearly detached. Corners worn. Blue pencil crayon notation and underlining on p. 124. Spotting on endpapers and up to p. iv.