Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volum 3

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William Cobbett
R. Bagshaw, 1803

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Letter from Gen Boyer to the Minister of Marine on the Death of Gen Leclerc
79
Letter from the Capt Gen of Guadaloupe to the French Minister of Marine 112
113
Extract of a Dispatch from Lord St Helens to Lord Hawkesbury Peters
129
SUMMARY OF POLITICSRight of cutting Logwood at HondarasAmerican
143
Mr Cobbetts Address to Foreigners on publishing Le Mercure Anglois
161
SUMMARY OF POLITICSSebastianis Report to the First ConsulMission
175
General Orders by the Earl of Cavan before his Departure from Egypt Octo
177
Minutes of Proceedings from 3d to 8th February
183
Remonstrance of the Civil and Military Authorities of Constance against an
189
R Bs Letter on Mr Addington and the Maidstone Opposition
193
Letter from Tropicus on the West India Commission
205
Decree of the French Government relative to the Port and Commerce of Rouen
215
Extract from Capt Walshs History of the Campaign in Egypt relative to the Cap
225
Resolutions of the House of Representatives of the State of Kentucky Dec 1 1802 240
241
Minutes 9th to 16th February
247
SUMMARY OF PoliticsPartiesThe Addingtons and Mr PittSaint
249
Letter from a West India Merchant on the West India Commission and Navy
263
Letter from Gen Ney to C Mohr the Secretary of State at Berne Feh 9 1903
273
Trial of Mr Peltier for a Libel on Buonaparté
275
Message from His Majesty relative to the A Hairs of H R H the Prince of Wales 248
283
Letter from Mr Cobbett to Mr Mac Intosh on his Speech in Defence of
289
SUMMARY OP POLITICSState of the French RepublicMr Peltiers Trial
317
Minutes 23d February to 3d March
339
Letter from Mr Cobbett to Lord Hawkesbury on the Situation to which
343
Observers Letter on the Conduct of the Admiralty Board
359
Observations on Mr Peltiers Trial from the Moniteur
373
Report of the Committee of Commerce of the United States on Countervailing
379
Address of the Inhabitants of Gibraltar to H R H the Duke of Kent Jan
385
Message from his Majesty relative to Military Preparations in the Ports of France
403
Proclamation for encouraying Seamen and Landsmen to enter themselves
405
SOMMARY OF PoliticsFinance and the Funds Army and NavyWar
413
rested its defence and has committed its cause to the hands of
417
Proclamation addressed by the Landamman of Switzerland to the Nineteen
425
Minutes of Proceedings from 9th to 15th March
427
Swenska on the Politics of France
429
an almost endless number and variety of articles and of subjects all pos
441
Invincible StandardStatement of ihe Field Officers of the Queens German
449
Swenska on the Politics of France
497
Decree of the Batavian Legislature relative to the Repayment of the Rescriptions
503
Mr Cobbetts First Letter to Mr Addington on the deceptious Tendency of
511
Note from the Swedish Minister to the Deputation at Ratisbor relative to â Pro
513
French Manifesto inserted in the Hamburgh Correspondenti March 30 1803
527
Oficial Papers relative to Gorce
535
SUMMARY OF POLITICSThe Hamburgh ManifestoThe Affair of Goree
541
Epigram on the Addingtonian Navy
555
Notice from the War Office to Officers on Halfpay 504
557
Particulars of a Forgery attempted to be practised on the Bank of Lisbon
559
Mr Cobbetts Third Letter to Mr Addington on the deceptious Tendency of
591
Blocks an Ode 594
593
Minules of Proceedings from 31st March to 26th April
607
SUMMARY OF POLITICSCharge of MinistryPeace or War? Mr Sheridan 600
615
Letter from Col Frazer Gov of Goree to the Commandant of Senegal
617
Otto to Lord Hawkesbury July 25
627
The Doctors Mode of Practice proved to be neither new nor successíul 618
663
Copies of Letters respecting the Exportation of 500 Quarters of Seed Corn
717
SUMMARY OF POLITICSPress GangsStock Jobbing NationFinance
723
Letter from Mr Cobbett to Lord Auckland comparing his Lordships Support
737
Authentic Papers relative to the Rights and Claims of the People of Malta
743
Letter from Candidus in defence of Lord Hawkesbury 742
751
Maltese Question
769
Order of his Britannic Majesty for making Reprisals on the French Republic 750
773
Extract from the Clef du Cabine relative to M de Tinseau 782 790
791
Message from his Majesty relative to Sir James Saumarez Bart 509
813
Strictures on the Operations of Lord St Vincent with regard to the French Fleet
835
Declaration of France relative to the Rupture with England
839
Letter from Mr Cobhett to Mr Addington containing Strictures on the Budget
915
SUMMARY OF POLITICSHanover The King of SardiniaGarbled State Papers
927
SUMMARY OF POLITICS IlanorerFrench Remarks on the BudgetFrench
947
Extract from the Moniteur on the Debates in the British Parliament relative
959
Circular Letter from the French Minister of the Interior respecting FlatBoats
969
Minutes 13th to 30th June
971
Fragment of a Letter from Mr Burke to Dr Laurence 966
975
No 1
991
ADDITIONAL PAPERS ON SUBJECTS CONNECTED WITH THE NEGOTIA
1117
OFFICIAL PAPERS ON SUBJECTS CONNECTED WITH THE PRELIMINARY
1149
Neté from Lord Grenville to M Otto August 29 1800 1160
1161
Note from M Oito to Lord Grenville ist Vendemiaire Year 9 1174
1177
Sketch of the Preliminaries of Pacification proposed by Lord Hawkesbury to M
1183
Extract of a Dispatch from Mír Hill to Lord Hawkesbury Copenhagen
1189
Note from M Otto to Lord Hawkesbury 20th Thermidor Year 9 119+
1195
294
1207
IMPORTANT TRIALS
1209
Message from his Majesty for raising and assembling a large additional Force 972
1233
Debate in the Commons Feb 21 on the Dismissal of Mr MarshallSir
1261
Debaie in the Lords Feb 22 on the Bank Restriction BillLord PelhamLord
1283
Debate in the Commons Feb 23 on the Establishment of his Royal Highness
1307
Debate in the Commons March 9 on the Kings Message relative to Military
1355
41369
1369
Debate in the Commons March 14 on the Middlesex ElectionMr Sheridan
1397
Debate in the Lords March 15 on the Prince of Waless Annuity BülEarl
1417
Debate in the Lords March 17 on the Irish Chalking ActLord Auckland
1447
Debate in the Commons March 22 on the Militia Officers BillMr Yorke
1459
Debate in the Commons March 28 on the Salt BillGen GascoyneMr
1479
Debate in the Lords March 31 on the Clergy NonResidence BillBishop of
1493
Debate in the Lords April 4 on the Militia Officers Bill Earl RomneyMarquis
1505
Debate in the Commons April 20 on the Nottingham ElectionMr H Browne
1519
Debate in the Commons April 29 relative to the Cape of Good Hope Lord
1535
Debate in the Lords May 3 relative to the Bank of IrelandLord King Earl
1553
Debate in the Commons May 4 on the Navy Abuse Bill Sir H MildmaySir i
1567
Debate in the Commons May 12 on the Bill of IndemnityMr PercivalMr
1579
Debate in the Lords May 13 on FinanceLord KingLord AucklandEarl
1599
Debale in the Commons May 13 on the State of the NegotiationLord G L
1611
APPENDIX
1625
Debate in the Commons May 20 on the MiliaMr YorkeCoł Porter Mr 1624
1629
Debate in the Commons May 23 on the Address to the King Mr Pitt 1676
1685
Debate in the Commons May 25 on the War with FranceSir R PeeleMr
1713
Debate in the Commons June 3 on the Conduct of MinistersCol Patten
1749
Debate in the Commons June 6 on the Army EstimatesMr YorkeMr Wind
1785
London July 1
1803
Debate in the Commons June 16 on the State of the DeckYardsMr Whit
1831
Debate in the Commons June 27 Army of Reserve Messrs YorkeSmith
1847
Protocol of the Sitting of the 12th of Jan 1802Fortifications of Malta 1858
1859
Protocol of the Sitting of the 18th Feb MaltaOrder of St JohnNeapolitan
1871
Protocol of the Sitting of the 6th March MaltaNeapolitan Garrison 1890
1893
Note from Citizen Joseph Buonaparté to Lord Cornwallis Amiens March 19 1896
1905
ESSAYS
DIFLARATION OF THE King or ENGLAND ACCOMPANIED WITH OBSERVA
PAPERS RELATIVE TO THE AFFAIRS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
View of the State of the French Republic published Feb 22 1803 I100
Report laid before the House of Representatives on the 16th Dec 1802 by
120 2
Statement giving an Account of the Proceedings of the Commissioners of
Canada Examination of the Operation of the American Discriminating and of the British 2046
Table of the Prices of the French Five per Cent Consolidés from January
Mr Cobbett on the Capture of the Invincible Standard by Anthony Lutz 65
619
860
Andersons History of the Expedition to Egypt 400
1087
647

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Side 373 - King there being, in contempt of our said lord the King and his laws, to the evil example of all others in the like case offending, and against the peace of our said lord the King, his crown and dignity.
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