Contents of the Quarterly Review, 1809, Vol. II, No. 3
The Radical Cause of the Present Distresses of the West India Planters, &c. By William Spence. And
A Permanent and Effectual Remedy suggested for the Evils under which the British West Indies now labour, in a Letter from a W. I. Merchant to a W. I. Planter.
Transactions of the Missionary Society in the South Sea Islands.
Outlines of Mineralogy. By J. Kidd, M. D. Professor of Chemistry in the University of Oxford.
Sermons on several Subjects by the late Rev. William Paley, D. D. Subdean of Lincoln, Prebendary of St. Paul's, and Rector of Bishop Wearmouth. And
Memoirs of William Paley, D. D. By G. H. Meadley.
Voyages and Travels to India, Ceylon, the Red Sea, Abyssinia and Egypt, in the years 1802, 1803, 1804, 1805, and 1806. By George Viscount Valentia.
An Historical Survey of the Ecclesiastical Antiquities of France, with a View to illustrate the Rise and Progress of Gothic Architecture in Europe. By the late Rev. G. D. Whittington, of St. John's Coll. Cambridge.
Tales of Fashionable Life. By Miss Edgeworth.
Observations on Madness and Melancholy, including practical Remarks on those Diseases, together with Cases; and an Account of the morbid Appearances on Dissection. By John Haslam, late of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge; Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, and Apothecary to Bethlem Hospital.
Pinel's Treatise on Insanity. By Dr. Davies.
Cox's Practical Observations on Insanity. And
Arnold, On the Management of the Insane.
Travels through the South of France, &c. in the years 1807 and 1808, by a Route never before performed, being along the Banks of the Loire, the Isère and the Savonne, made by permission of the French Government. By Lieutenant-Colonel Pinckney, of the North American Native Rangers.
The Doctrine of the Greek Article, applied to the Criticism and the Illustration of the New Testament. By T. F. Middleton, A. M. (now D. D.)
A Narrative of the Campaign of the British Army in Spain, commanded by His Excellency Lt. General Sir John Moore, K. B. &c. &c. authenticated by Official Papers and Original Letters, by James Moore, Esq.
A few Remarks explanatory of the Motives which guided the Operations of the British Army, during the late short Campaign in Spain, by Brig. General Henry Clinton.
Observations on the Movements of the British Army in Spain, in Reply to the Statement lately published by Brig. General Clinton, by a British Officer.
Letters from Portugal and Spain, &c. by an Officer.
An Account of the Operations of the British Army, &c. by the Rev. James Wilmot Ormsby, Chaplain on the Staff. And
Letters from Portugal and Spain, &c. by Adam Neale, M. D.