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Fifih Bulletin of the Grand French Army; dated Jena, October 15,

63

Twenty-Third Bulletin of the Grand French Army;

37?

Twenty-Fourth Bulletin of the Grand French Army;

378

Twenty Fifth Bulletin of the Grand French Army; dated Berlin, November 2, 380

Twenty-sixih Bulletin of the Grand French Army ; dated Berlin, November 2,

Twenty-Seventh Bulletin of the Grand French Army; dated Berlin, November 6,

Twenty-Eighth Bulletin of the Grand French Army; dated Berlin, November 7, 414

Twenty-Ninth Bulletin of the Grand French Army'; dated Berlin, Nov. 9, 415, 537

Thirtieth Bulletin of the Grand French Ariny; dated Berlin, November 10,

542

Thirty-First Bulletin of the Grand French Aray; dated Berlin, November 12, 512

Thirty-Second Bulletin of the Grand French Army; dated Berlin, November 16,

543

Thirty-Third Bulletin of the Grand French Army; dated' Berlin, November 17, 573

Thirty. Fourth Buletin of the Grand French Army; dated Berlin, November 23, 575

Thirty-Fifth Bulletin of the Grand French Army; dated Posen, November 28, 576

Thirty-Sixth Bulletin of the Grand French Army; dated Posen, December 1, 629

Thirty Seventh Bulletin of the Grand French Army; dated Posen, Decembor 2,

Thirty-Eighth Bulletin of the Grand French Army; dated Posen, December 5, 631

Thirty-Ninth Bulletin of the Grand French Army; dated Posen, December 7, 631

Forlieth Bulletin of the Grand French Army; daied Posen, December 9,

633

Forty-First Bulletin of the Grand French Army; dated Posen, December 14, 633

Forty-Second Bulletin of the Grand French Ariny; dated Posen, December 15, 634

Forty-Third Bulletin of the Grand French Army ; dared Kutno, December 17, 635

Forty Fourth Bulletin of the Grand French Army; dared Warsaw, December 21, 636

Forty-Fifth Bulletin of the Grand French Army: dated Paloky, December 27, 638

Poriy-Sixth Bulletin of the Grand French Army; dated Golymin, December 23,

Forty Seventh Bulletin of the Grand French Army'; dated Pulcusk,

913

Forty-Eighth Bulletin of the Grand French Army; dated Warsaw, January 3,

914

Forly-Ninth Bulletin of the Grand French Army; dated Warsaw, January 8, 949

Fiftiesh Bulletin of the G and French Army; dated Warsaw, January 13,

950

Fifty-First Butletio of the Grand Freneb Army; dared Warsaw, January 14, 1110

Fifty Second Bulletin of the Grand French Army, dated Warsaw, January 19, 1141

Fifty Third Bulletin of the Grand French Army; Jaled Warsaw, January 22, 1141

Fifty Fourth Bulletin of the Grand French Army, dated Warsaw, January 27, 1142

Fifty-Fifih Bulletin of the Grand French Army ; dated Warsaw, January 29, 1143

Fifty Sixih Bulletin of the Grand French Army; dated Al ensdorf, Feb. 5,

1.145

Fifty-Sevenih Buletin of ihe Grand French Army; dated Eylau, Feb. 7,

1147

Fifty Eiglith Bulletin of the Grand French Arenys dated Eylau,. Feb. 9,

1147

Fifty-Ninth Bulletin of the Grand French Army dared Eylau, Feb. 14,

11149

Sixtieth Butlerin of the Grand French Army , dated Eylau, Feb. 17,

1149

Sixty First Bulletin of the Grand French Army; dated Landsberg, Feb. 18, 1149

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Message of the President of the United States of America, to the Senate and

House of Representatives, December 2, 1806,

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42.6152

Mr. Canning's Amendment to the Address on the King's Speech at the opening

of Parliament

30, 93

Order of Council relative to the Commerce of Neutral Nations, with the Ports

of France,

Recapture of Buenos Ayres. From the London Gazette, January 27,

,

191, 346, 371
Capture of Curacoa. From the London Gazette Extraordinary, Feb. 22,

670, 915
The Lords Commissioners Speech on Dissolving the Parliament

796

City Address on the Change of Ministers, with the King's Answer,

823

Capture of Alexandria. From the London Gazette, May 9,

917, 951

Capture of Monte Video. From the London Gazette Extraordinary. April 12, 1014, 1102

War in Egypt. From the Supplement to the London Gazette, June 13,

1107

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ESSAYS, LETTERS, &c.

SUMMARY OF POLITICS.-American States.--Messrs. Paull and Elliot: Proi

ceedings in Parliament.--Hanover.-.-The Sheridana and Play Actors.

Nr. Cobbeti's Letter to Mr. Homan

23

Mr. Homân's Defence of Mr. Sheridan

23

X. X. on West-India Sugar Estates

24

A.C. on the State of the Army,

28

D. W. on Sinecores and Pensions :

29

SUMMARY OF Politics.--Proceedings in Parliament.-West India Sugar.

The Uti Possidetis.-Hanover.-The Flourishing State of our Fioances.

Lloyd's Fund,

33

R. W. on Properiy Tax Vexations

50

Mr. Homan's Defence of Mr. Sheridan, Letter II.

Mr. Cobbett's Fifth Letter to the Electors of Westminster

65

SUMMARY OR Politics.-Continental War.- Proceedings in Parliamegt.--In-

dia Affairs. - Slave Trade.--Army,

78

A West Indian ; on the Slave Trade

82

Marcus; on the Place Hunter's Philosophy

83

A E. on the Reforming Ministry

86

R. N. on the East - India Company

89

Mr. Cobbett's Address to Friends and Correspondents

97

SUMMARY OF POLITICS.-American States. Lloyd's Fund.-Buenos Ayres,

2. Davison.--" Learned Languages."

Learned Languages," No. 1, from A Late Member of Queen's College

118

Learned Languages,”: No. 2, from J. B.

119

JL. V. on ihe Income Tax:

120

D., on the Oppression of the Assessed Taxes.

122.

B., 00 ine Military Force of the Country

123, 178

A. X., on the Oppression of the Assessed Taxes

127

Juvenis, on the Vice Society

127

R. W.'on the Prostitution Society

130

Z., on Sugar, Corn, and Malt

,132

A British Merchant, on Aliens in Public Offices

133

Anti- Napoleon, on Retaliation against France

Pitt's Glory

138

Camillus; on the Age of Finance

139

Quaker's Letter

143

EUMMARY

OF Politics. Proceedings in Parliament.--- American States.

To

* Buenos Ayres: Volunteers. Ariny Estimates. Lord Wellesley.Con-

Optinental War,

161

X X. on the Sugar Trade

,179, 222

Mentor ; on the Slave Trade

185, 337

Mr. Cobbett's Sixth Letter to the Electors of Westminster 07?

193

SUMMARY OF Politics.- Proceedings in Parliament.--Finance Plan.-Lord

Wellesley-Davison.--Continental War.-“-Learned Languages."! to 274
Finance Plan; as described by the Ministers

í 136
345

iis luctus

196 209
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" Learned Languages," No. 3, from P. F.

213

“ Learned Languages," No. 4, from W:F.S. }

219

SUMMARY OF POLITICS.--Proceedings in Parliament.Sir C. Hawkins.-Neutral

Commerce. Slave Trade - Hampshire Petition. Delicate Investigation.-Con-

kinental War. Sir F. Burdett's Dinner --Ordnance Office.—“. Learned Lao-

guages."—Sir J. Anstruther.-Mr. Bone. et;

225

Asiaticus; oir Sir J. Ansi ruthera ind: 135

238

W. A., on the State of Ireland.

241

SUMMARY OF POLITICS.- Sinecure Places and Prosions-Foreigners' Property in

the Funds: Hampshire Petition; 19

257

Abord Nelson's Letier to Mr. Simon Taylor, on the Slave Trade.

v 295

9 Miles, on the Ordoance Office.

296

E" Learned Languages," No. 5, from Anacbarsis: M. S.

299
the Learned Languages," No. 6,-from J. iBike

306

ES Learned Languages," No.7, from an Amateur.

310

Mr. Cobbelt's Seventh Letter to the Electors of Westminster.

321

<SUMMARY OF POLITICS.—Finance Plan.-Barrack Abuses.--Westminster Election,

1.Sugar Prada. Poor Laws: 2

329

Learned Languages," No. 8, from S.

339

Leared Languages," No. 9, from Attalus.

341

Learned Languages," No. 10, from R..

343
Learned Languages," No. 1); from J.B-k.

SUMMARY OF POLITICS.Irish Catholics. Poor Laws. -Slave Trade.- Lord Wel.

Celesley.--Westminster Election.

353

Mr. Cobbett's Eighth Letter to the Electors of Westminster

385

A. O.'s First Letter on the Poor Laws

397

Petition of the Hon. Cochrane Johnstone.

408

Simplieius, on the Poor Laws.

403

The Widow's Vine.

407

Mr. Cobbett's Ninth Letter to the Electors of Westmiyster,

417

SUMMARY OF POLITICS.- Continental War.- Catholic Bill.-Hanoverians. To

Correspondents

437

Mr Capel Lofft, op the Right of Conquest

442

M. Bone, on the Poor Laws

447

O.S.'s First Letter on the Poor Laws

455

Major Cartwright's Second Letter to Mr. Windham, on National Defence

460

Learned Languages," No:12, from P F.

474

** Learned Languages,” No. 13, from N. S. Y..

477

Mr. Cobbeti's Tenth Letter to the Electors of Westminster

483

Mr. O'Bryan, on the Rochester Election

499

« Learned Languages," No. 14, from a late Member of Queen's College

303

« Learned Languages,” No. 15, from A Perriwig of Maudlin

504

“ Learned Languages," No. 16, from Attalus

508

i Mr. Cobbett's Eleventh Letter to the Electors of Westminster

513

Assessed Tax Hardships

534

** Learned Languages," No. 17, from suurestagxns

534

535

Learned Languages,” No. 18, from Civis

Mr. Cobbett's Twelfth Letter to the Electors of Westminster

545

563

Major Cartwright's Third Letter to Mr. Windham, on National Defence

Learned Languages," No. 19, from J. B. Scoto-Britanous

537

Learned Languages,” No. 20, from G. N.1

572

Mr. Cobbet's Thirteenth Letter to the Electors of Westminster.

577

605

A True English Irishnan, on the Change of Ministers **j*)Vodi IV

Simplieius, on the Catholic Question i

613

M. S., on the Change of Ministry

619

1

C.H. M. on the Catholic Bilfinna ne 11.2.5.12 je M 101 Od tu su

624

* Learned

626

! SUMMARY OF POLITICS.Continental War. Proceedings in Parliament.-- Dissolu.

Oltion of Parliament, c.lu 0.J.10)."').hu osiedzal ! 10:290311. I

651

654

ITII, on Test Acts

9VI&

UTOS.LT
A.B., on the Catholie Questions

Alodi tc & 2.5 iD
Learned Languages," No. 22, from Oudeis

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Sumarine languages," No. 21, from A Dunce

658
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“ Learned Languages," No. 23, from Attalus

“ Learned Languages," No. 24, from Tyro. Oxoniensis

667

Mr. Cobbett's Fourteenth Letter to the Electors of Westminster

793

Mr. Cobbert's Fifteenih Letter to the Electors of Westminster

825

Lord Grenvilles Letter to the Secretary of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge 839

-Major Cartwright's Address to the Electors of Boston

842

Mr.Wrthing oa's Address to the Inbabitants of Southampton on the Change of Ministry 848

Anti-Catholicus, on the Catholic Claims

Mr Cobbert's First Letter to the Right Hon. Spencer Perceval

857

Mr. Cobbett's Sixteenth Letter to the Electors of Westminster

871

Civis's First Letter op Public Men.

1*6874

W. F S., on the Poor Laws.

91.878

A. O.'s Second Letter on the Poor Laws.

GFri 883

A Protestant; but no Bigot, on the Catholic BHI.

b' 895

Case of Mr. Lemaitre.

Mr. Cobbett's 17th, 13th, and 19th, Letters to the Electors of Westminster.

921

A. O.'s Third Leiter on the Poor Laws.

** "935
Address of several of his Majesty's Roman Catholic Subjects to their Protestant Fel
low-subjects.

[+1 942

SUMMARY OF POLITICS.--Westminster Election.

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A Yorkshire Freeholder's Letter to Lord Milton.

C. S.'s Second Letter on the Poor Laws,

979

Mr Cobbett's Second Letter to the Right Hon. Spencer Perceval.

'985

Civis's Second Letter on Public Men.

996

C. S's Third Letter on the Poor Laws.

1003

A, B. on the Catholic Bill.

SUMMARY OF Politics.-The Wrangling Factions.Sir H. Mildmay. Continent !

al War.-Catholic Bill.

1017

M. P. on the Catholic Bill.

1041

" Learned Languages,” No. 25, from Candidus

1045

“ Learned Languages," No. 26, from W. B.

1047

“ Learned Languages,” No. 27, from Mr. Burdon

1048

* Learned Languages," No. 23, from Mr. Burdon

1050

* Learned Languages," No. 29, from D-

1054

“ Learned Languages," No. 30, from J. B.

?1059

** Learned Languages," No. 31, from N. S. Y.

gitm) 101 1061

“ Learned Languages,” No.32, from a Fox without a. Latin Tail

*6 2064

" Learned Languages,” No. 33, from R.

:1069

« Learned Languages,” No. 34, from E. L.

1073

"* Learned Languages," No. 35, from Juvenaliania

) 1076
Learned Languages," No. 36, from X.

1116941078
* Learned Languages," No. 37, from Z. E.C.

1,9759 (1080
SUMMARY OP POLITICS.- War in Egypt.--Continental War.-The Expedition - 10

Catholic Bill:- The Wrangling Factions.--Sir H. Mildmay 19931081

Anti-Catholicus, on the Catholic Claims

Hlbige -1097

SUMÑARY OF POLITICs.-Lord Milion's Dinner..Sir H. Mildmar - Opening of
Parliament.-The Expedition.

S.FI

Sir Francis Burdett

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J. C. W. on Lord Erskine's Speech.

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TABLES.

Table of Christenings and Burials within the Bills of Mortality, from December 1806,

10 May 1807, inclusive

94 11151

Table of Ibe Prices of the Quartern Loaf, in London, from December 1906, to May

1807, inclusive

1151

Table of the Prices of Meat, Sugar, Salt, and Coals, from December 1806, to May

1807, inclusive

1151

Table of the Number of Bankruptcies, from December 1806, to May 1807, inclusive, 1151

Table of the Prices of the English-Three per Cent. Consols, from December 1806, to

sto - 1151

Table of the Prices of the French Five per Cent. Consolidés, from December 1806, to

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May 1807, inclusive

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Cabinet Ministers. . Viscount Sidmouth

President of the Council. Lord Erskine

Lord High Chancellor. Lord Holland

Lord Privy Seal. Lord Grenville

First Lord of the Treasury (Prime Minister). Right Hon. Thamas Grenville

First Lord of the Admiralty. Earl of Moira

Master-general of the Orduance. Earl Spencer

Secretary of State for the Home Department. Lord Howick

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. Right Hon. William Windham

Sec. of State for the Department of War and Colonies. Lord Ellenborough

Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench. Lord Henry Petty

Chancellor and Under-Treasurer of the Exchequer, Eu Fitzwilliam

(A Seat without an Office).

Not of the Cabinet, The Right Hon. George Tierney

Pres. Board of Controul for the Affairs of India, Earl of Derby

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. Lord Auckland

President of the Board of Trade, Right Hon. Richard Fitzpatrick

Secretary at War.
Right Hon. Richard Brinsley Sheridan Treasurer of the Navy.
Earl Temple

Joint Paymaster-general,
Lord John Townshend
Earl of Buckinghamsbire -

Joint Postmaster-general.
Earl of Carysfort
Right Hon. Nicholas Vapsittart

Secretaries of the Treasury,
William Henry Fremantle, Esq.
Sir William Grant

Master of the Rolls,
Sir Arthur Pigott

Attorney-General. Sir Samuel Ronilly

Solicitor-General,

PERSONS IN THE MINISTRY OF IRELAND. His Grace. the Duke of Bedford

Lord Lieutenant. Right Hon. George Ponsonby

Lord High Chancellor. Right Hon. William Elliot

Chief Secretary Right Hon. Sir John Newport

Chancellor of the Exchequer,

LIST OF HIS MAJESTY'S MINISTERS AS IT STOOD IN APRIL, 1807.

Cabinet Ministers. Earl Camden

President of the Council. Lord Eldon

Lord High Chancellor. Earl of Westmoreland

Lord Privy Seal. Duke of Portland

First Lord of the Treasury (Prime Minister), Lord Mulgrave

First Lord of the Admiraly. Earl of Chatham

Master-general of the Ordoance. Earl Bathurst

President of the Board of Trade. Lord Hawkesbury

Secretary of State for the Home Department, Right Hon. George Canning

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. Lord Casılereagh

Sec. of Siate for the Department of War and Colonics, Right Hon. Spencer Perceval

Chancellor and Under-Treasurer of the Exchequer and

aslo Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.

Not of the Cabinet, Righe Hon. Robert Saunders Dundas President Board of Controul for the Affairs of India. Right Hon. George Rose

Vice President Board of Trade, and Treasurer of the varya Sir James Pulteney, Bart.

Secretary at War.
Lord Charles Somerset

Joint Paymaster-general.
Right Hon. Charles Long
Earl of Chichester

Postmaster-general.
Earl of Sandwich
William Huskisson, Esq.

Secretaries of the 'Treasury,
Hon. Henry Wellesley
Sir William Grant

Master of the Rolls.
Sir Vicary Gibbs

Attorney General, Sir Thomas Plomer

Solicitor General.

PERSONS IN THE MINISTRY OF IRELAND Duke of Richmond

Lord Lieutenant. Lord Manners

Lord High Chancellor. Sir Arthur Wellesley

Chief Secretary: Riglit Hon. John Foster

Chancellor of the Exchequer.

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