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LETTER 238.** To Mrs. DIGALD STEWART. Proceedings in

parliament on the question of war with France ;
preparations of Bonaparte

262

238.Ị To FRANCIS JEFFREY, Esq. His views on the

question of war with France; Jury Court in

Scotland .

264

House Of Commons. Mr. Horner speaks on a bill for the reg-

ulation of the labour of children in the factories 266
LETTER 239. To F. JEFFREY, Esq. On the question of war;

vindicates himself against the supposition of his
being an admirer of Bonaparte.

267

239.* To His Mother. From the Circuit; deaths of

friends at the battle of Waterloo; the Duke of

Cumberland and his Mother

270

239. TO THE Hox. Mrs. W. SPENCER. Death of

Mr. Whitbread

271

239.1 TO THE DUKE OF SOVERSET. Character of Mr.

Whitbread

. 272

210. To HENRY HALLAM, Esq. Death of Mr. Whit- 1

bread; his character in the House of Commons;

invasion of France by the allies

· 273

240.* To His MOTHER. Death of a relation; sends

assistance to the widow

. 277

241. FROM THE SAME. State of France

. 278

241.* From his Mother. Answer to the preceding

letter

. 280

242. To his MOTHER. Bonaparte in Torbay; letter

from Charles Bell, Esq.

• 282

243. Frou CHARLES BELL, Esq., Surgeon. Account

of his professional visit to Brussels, after the

battle of Waterloo ; description of his operations

on the wounded

. 283

243.* To His Mother. Describes a visit in East

Lothian; Fletcher of Saltoun; visit to Lord

Grey at Howick; anecdotes of Queen Charlotte 285

213.** To J. A. JURRAY, Esq. Character of Lord

President Forbes

288

244. To his Sister, Miss Horser. The poem of

Don Roderick; Mr. Milman's tragedy of Fazio. 289

244.* To Earl Grey. Admiration of the political

conduct of a friend .

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LETTER 164. To F. JEFFREY, Esq. Suggests some subjects

for the Edinburgh Review; his opinion on the
question of peace; the Prince has sent for Lords

Grenville and Grey .

165. FROM LORD GRENVILLE. Asks Mr. Horner to be

one of the Secretaries of the Treasury, in the

event of a change of ministry taking place

166. To J. A. MURRAY, Esq. Tells him of the offer

made to him by Lord Grenville, and of his having

declined it

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LETTER 166.* To The Hox. MRs. W. SPENCER. Life of Sir

Thomas More .

56

166.*
** To J. A. MURRAY, Esq. Mr. Murray has

refused a judicial office. Such offices given by

then government of Scotland to political partisans 58

167. TO TIE Hox. Mrs. W. SPENCER. His progress

on the circuit; is going to pass the autumn with

his father's family at Torquay

60

HOUSE OF COMMONS. Mr. Horner's proceedings in bringing the

Report of the Bullion Committee under the con-

sideration of the House

62

LETTER 168. To his FATHER. Account of the debate on the

Bullion Report

67

169. FRON THE Rev. T. R. Malthus. Mr. Horner's

speech on the Bullion Report

170. To his Father. Currency question; illness of

the King ·

69

170.* To J. A. MURRAY, Esq. Death of Lord Presi-

dent Blair; his character .

71

171. To J. A. MURRAY, Esq. His speech on the Bul-

lion Report

73

172. TO THE Hon. Mrs. W. SPENCER. Tunbridge

Wells; the nightingale's note

75

172.* To J. A. MURRAY, Esq. Aspect of domestic

polities; Character of the Prince Regent; Duke

of Cumberland and Lord Yarmouth leading him 76

173. To LORD GRENVILLE. The Currency question 78

174. To his BROTHER. Advice on his geological pur-

suits; invites him to come to Torquay

81

175. TO HIS BROTHER. Describes the geological

attractions of the neighbourhood of Torquay;

remarks on “ Playfair's Illustrations of the Ilut-

tonian Theory”

82

176. To Lord WEBB SEYMOUR. His brother's geo-

logical pursuits; his own occupations at Torquay 86

176.* To J. A. MURRAY, Esq. The same subject as

letter 172*

88

177. To John ALLEN, Esq. Transactions of the Gor-

ernment in Ireland

178. To J. A. JURRAY, Esq. Question of the accept-

ance of a judicial office by an individual differing

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LETTER 166.* TO THE Hon. Mrs. W. SPENCER. Life of Sir

Thomas More.

56

To J. A. MURRAY, Esq. Mr. Murray has

refused a judicial office. Such offices given by

then government of Scotland to political partisans 58

167. TO THE Hon. Mrs. W. SPENCER. His

progress

on the circuit; is going to pass the autumn with

his father's family at Torquay ·

60

HOUSE OF COMMONS. Mr. Horner's proceedings in bringing the

Report of the Bullion Committee under the con-

sideration of the House

62

LETTER 168. To his FATHER. Account of the debate on the

Bullion Report

67

169. From The Rev. T. R. Malthus. Mr. Horner's

speech on the Bullion Report

69

170. To his FATHER. Currency question; illness of

;

the King

170.* To J. A. MURRAY, Esq. Death of Lord Presi-

dent Blair; his character .

71

171. To J. A. MURRAY, Esq. His speech on the Bul-

lion Report

73

172. TO THE Hon. Mrs. W. SPENCER. Tunbridge

Wells; the nightingale's note

172.* To J. A. MURRAY, Esq. Aspect of domestic

politics ; Character of the Prince Regent; Duke

of Cumberland and Lord Yarmouth leading him

173. To LORD GRENVILLE. The Currency question 78

174. To his BROTHER. Advice on his geological pur-

suits; invites him to come to Torquay

81

175. To HIS BROTHER. Describes the geological

attractions of the neighbourhood of Torquay;

remarks on “ Playfair's Illustrations of the Hut-

tonian Theory”

82

176. To LORD WEBB SEYMOUR. His brother's geo-

logical pursuits; his own occupations at Torquay 86

176.* To J. A. MURRAY, Esq. The same subject as

letter 172*

88

177. To Joun ALLEN, Esq. Transactions of the Gov-

ernment in Ireland

90

178. To J. A. MURRAY, Esq. Question of the accept-

ance of a judicial office by an individual differing

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